Natural wonder, digitally secured

Iguazú Argentina chooses Axis cameras to preserve tranquility at a tourist destination counted among the New 7 Wonders of Nature: Iguazú Falls

“Axis cameras give us everything we need to satisfy the park’s demands. With their presence, we are able to make tourists feel safe, while efficiently meeting the needs of each sector. One of its greatest assets is that despite the area’s constant electrical problems, the system functions very well.” Warley Alves Goes, Systems Assistant at Iguazú Argentina.


Iguazú National Park, located in the district of Misiones in Argentina, was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1984. A vast region of tourism measuring more than 250 square miles, it receives over one million visitors annually. The firm Iguazú Argentina – responsible for maintaining leases on the designated access areas, restaurants, service provisions and other properties inside the park – decided to install an advanced video surveillance system to ensure a safe environment for tourists, while optimizing the services provided by park employees.


Taking into consideration the common occurrence of electrical problems in the area, the company chose a system of 65 Axis network cameras of various models. As a result, they were able to provide effective coverage despite the park’s challenging demands – in open areas as well as inside establishments, restaurants, offices and other spaces. Tech integrator Qualitech was responsible for project implementation as well as staff training, with Netcamara Corporate software – a video management tool for projects involving a large number of cameras – installed throughout the system.


The cameras installed provide a record of the activity of staff and visitors alike. Additionally, the images obtained can be used to support possible complaints, to monitor attempts of unauthorized access, or provide support for any other unexpected situation that may occur.

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