Dahua HD network cameras enhance security at BMCI bank in Morocco
Established in 1964, BMCI is a bank based in Morocco with a network of 250 branches. With the business expanding and increasing security concerns, BMCI decided to upgrade its existing analogue system. Dahua was selected to provide a stable, smooth, and reliable system to safeguard BMCI's premises around the clock, both indoors and out. More than a thousand units of Dahua 3 and 2 megapixel HD network cameras were installed throughout the branches by local distributor Country Technologies, alongside a hybrid DVR for each branch. Placed in lobbies and self-service sections, the cameras monitor the entrances, counters, and ATM kiosks, capturing and rendering crystal clear images with true colour reproduction. Dahua Hybrid video recorders integrate both analogue and network cameras on the back-end, with up to 32 TB of storage for footage. Afaf Raid, Sales Manager of Country Technologie, said of the installation: "With Dahua's good quality and services, BMCI is confident that it can handle any emergencies that arise, and standardise its internal security management."
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