Samsung video surveillance deployed at M&M’s World
Samsung video surveillance equipment has been deployed at one of the most exciting retail environments to have opened in London in recent years.
M&M’s World London, which is owned by the Mars Retail Group, can lay claim to be the largest confectionary store in the world. It occupies a 35,000ft2, four storey building where customers have the opportunity to buy M&M’s chocolates and branded merchandise such as soft toys, kitchenware, clothing, bedding, jewellery and glassware.
Located in Leicester Square, it is the first M&M’s World to open in Europe and features a giant wall of chocolate where customers can create their own M&M’s selection from over 100 choices.
The contract to design and install the video surveillance system was awarded to Technica Systems.
Technica Systems installed 10 fully functional Samsung speed dome cameras, the images from which, together with the images captured by a large number of fixed cameras, are recorded onto one of seven SRD-1670D DVRs.
All of the SRD-1670D DVRs are networked together and controlled by a Samsung SPC-6000 keyboard allowing live or recorded images to be viewed on one of seven SMT series high definition LCD Samsung monitors.
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