Major Korean Bank Installs IQinVision IQeye Cameras
A major bank in Korea has installed more than 4,5000 IQinVision IQeye Alliance mini-dome cameras in its headquarters and bank branches throughout the country. IQinVision manufactures high-performane HD megapixel IP cameras.
“In today’s Asian video surveillance market, the customer is demanding a higher quality of video image to ensure more effective monitoring, especially in crucial locations like bank branches,” said Andy Kang, managing director of IT&T International, a distributor that was in charge of the project.
More than 100 cameras have been installed at the bank’s headquarters and approximately 4,400 of the 1.3-megapixel cameras have been installed to date in more than 200 of the bank’s branch offices.
The bank is using IQeye camera video primarily for post-incident review in the branch offices. All cameras record on motion at 7.5 frames per second. Each branch office monitors and stores its own video.
Kang said megapixel quality was very important to the customer and that they wanted images to have positive facial recognition.
“There are many camera companies to choose from in the Asian market, this top bank chose IQinVision over several competitors. Clearly, they recognized the quality and durability of the IQeye cameras, but for major Asian customers like this, IQinVision’s record of excellent service and their industry-leading warranty were also important factors.” concluded Kang.
It's unclear which bank has installed the cameras.