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Long-term, profitable decision
Banco de Brasília S.A. weighed all the variables and decided to replace its analog CCTV with digital video surveillance in 100% of its branches
MissionThe banking sector has always been more conservative regarding the adoption of IP video surveillance. Some professionals from the financial industry are historically reluctant to open their networks to more devices. In addition, with a large number of old analog cameras, some managers tend to simply compare the initial cost of one analog camera versus IP. This rationale overlooks other factors, such as maintenance costs or even losses due to images that were not useful for investigations. Banco de Brasília S.A. (BRB) has been a pioneer in Brazil when it comes to thinking outside the box. In 2010, the financial institution did an analysis that led it to completely abandon its analog system and adopt Axis digital technology in all its 127 branches, spread across the country.
SolutionThe advantages of IP technology, which did not significantly alter the proposed initial budget, led BRB to invest in a project consisting of AXIS M3202, AXIS M3204 and AXIS P1343 Network Cameras, along with other models. In all, the project involved 1,153 cameras managed by Digifort software. In 2015, BRB decided to expand and update its cameras. The competitive tender procedure was won by a system integrator called Arcade, again involving hundreds of cameras. This time the project used AXIS M3037-PVE panoramic units, which are capable of replacing two or three existing cameras, depending on the layout of the bank branch. The new phase also added Zipstream compression technology and video analytics.
ResultBRB became the first bank in Brazil to use digital video surveillance in 100% of its installations. This modernization gave scalability and openness to a system that is now ready for expansion, integration, and migrations. Maintenance costs dropped substantially. After being installed in 2011, the earlier Axis cameras were reallocated and remain in use, since only five of the 1,153 initial cameras presented issues over their first 5 years of service.
Related linksAXIS M3204 Network Camera
AXIS M3203 Network Camera
AXIS M3037-PVE Network Camera
AXIS P1343 Network Camera
AXIS Q1615 Network Camera
AXIS P3225-LVE Network Camera
AXIS P3224-LVE Network Camera
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