Dahua Technology Enhances Security for Bank BMCI in Morocco

Times:2013-04-23 Browse:6185

HANGZHOU, CHINA, July 4, 2013 — Established in 1964 , BMCI (French: Banque Marocaine du Commerce et de l'Industrie) is a bank based in Morocco with a network of hundreds of branches, currently boasts over 500,000 personal, business and institutional customers. BMCI is a subsidiary of the French financial group BNP Paribas, whose great financial rating makes it the stand-out performer in the country's banking sector.


Figure 1 BMCI in Morocco



With expending business and the increasing security concern, the bank decided to level up its security system, including its 250 branches throughout Morocco. The bank requires a system which needs to be stable, smooth and reliable to safeguard the station 24/7, both indoors and outdoors to offset the hazardous attempts and make effective responses in no time. Concerning that the bank has already covered with analog structure, a hybrid solution — megapixel cameras with higher image quality and easier management and hybrid DVRs were perfect for this upgrading.


The project selected Dahua 3- and 2-megapixel HD network cameras for more than a thousand units, three to four camera units with a hybrid DVR per branch. These cameras are installed in lobbies and self-service sectors, safeguarding the entrances, counters and the ATM kiosks, capturing and rendering crystal clear images with true color reproduction. Dahua Hybrid video recorders integrate both analog and network cameras on the back-end, which up to 32TB footage storage. With Dahua in-house surveillance software — DSS, the whole surveillance area is under good watch. The powerful integration and intuitive interface with newly-designed tabs indicates the administrator to better experience the usage.


“With Dahua’s good quality and services, BMCI is confident to handle with emergency and standardize the internal management,” said Afaf Raid, the sales manager of COUNTRY TECHNOLOGIE, Dahua’s exclusive local distributor.