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UFES | Physical Security
To improve students’, teachers’ and staff security, the Federal University of Espírito Santo (UFES) opened a bid to contract the service of installation of a CCTV system and the monitoring of the campus. To attain the expected objectives, it was fundamental that the project promoted a greater integration of car patrolling to increase the assertiveness and safety of the watchmen on approaching suspects.
The bid announcement established monthly payments for the services and equipment rental, the management of all processes, and the use of the contractor’s won equipment.
To perform this service, NetService provided a high-level and excellent cost-effectiveness solution. As described in the bid announcement, the project was designed considering rental for both the system implementation and the monitoring service.
The project was made in partnership with Bosch and included the supply and installation of cameras (15 mobile cameras and 37 fixed cameras), the installation of 14 entrance gates for the control of vehicle access, the launching of 10,000 m of optical cable, and the construction of an equipment room for all the security devices and the exclusive 27×7 monitoring service. Another benefit afforded by the system was the possibility of remote internet monitoring.
Implemented in April 2008, the project met with great success, with the acknowledgement of the UFES, the local surveillance team, and the academic community.
As a result of this measure, car robberies have fell by over 70%, car patrolling is more efficient, the protected area has been extended, property security is immediate, and the record of torts on campus has been started.