Genetec have announced that the Canadian Bureau of Investigations and Adjustments (CBIA) has purchased and installed its integrated access control and video surveillance IP solutions at their new corporate office in Montreal.
The Canadian-based company, which offers various security services such as protective, investigative, electronic surveillance and counter measure services, has just launched an armoured car division, called Centurion Armoured Car Services Inc., and was looking for an advanced technological solution for heightened security at their newly-built headquarters.
As a certified Genetec integrator, CBIA had already installed Genetec solutions for their customers and, thus, were familiar with the the solutions.
Over 200 cameras and 50 doors are protected by Omnicast and Synergis, distributed throughout two remote sites and three central monitoring stations.
Shortly after implementation of the system, CBIA’s facility was inspected and certified by Lloyd’s of London for the design and construction of their headquarters.
CBIA and Centurion were given top marks for all the elements which contributed to the elevated security levels, including the integration of advanced video and access control functionalities.
However, more than heightened security, CBIA has also been able to leverage Genetec’s solution by showcasing it to their own customers who are interested in a similar application.
The Canadian Bureau of Investigations and Adjustments (Inc.), is a Canadian based company delivering a range of security services such as protective, investigative, electronic surveillance and counter measure services.
CBIA caters to private, governmental, corporate sectors and international events.
Genetec, incorporated in 1997, is a producer of IP security solutions and technology in the physical security industry.
With headquarters in Montreal and offices in Europe, the Middle East, Japan, Southeast Asia, and the United States, Genetec provides a line of innovative IP security products.