Published on 4 May, 2011
|Commerzbak AG will get surveillance security from Geutebruck GmbH |
Germany's second largest bank, the Commerzbank AG, has awarded the contract for supplying new video security systems for its 1200 or so local branches to Geutebruck GmbH. A framework agreement was signed at the beginning of April for phased installation over the next five years. The old recording systems of various types and technologies are to be replaced with a new common system which in the first instance will integrate the existing, predominantly analogue cameras.
Chosen for the task is Geutebruck's reporter bank which is a pre-configured hybrid digital video recording system with the appropriate BGV certification for use in the German banking sector. The reporter can be used with analogue and/or IP cameras and offers camera position analysis and motion detection features so that alarms are triggered if there is any external tampering with the cameras, or any motion in pre-defined zones of the image. The new systems are to be linked into the existing branch alarm systems and the overall package includes full training for Commerzbank staff and their partners.