About the case

The Support Group for Children and Adolescents with Cancer (GRAACC) is a Brazilian institution founded with the mission of providing assistance and support to children and adolescents who are fighting cancer. It was established in 1991.

One of GRAACC’s distinctive features is its partnership with the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP), with a direct link to the Pediatrics department of the São Paulo School of Medicine. This partnership extends beyond pediatrics, encompassing pediatric surgery, neurosurgery, and various other medical specialties.

The assistance offered by GRAACC includes a variety of services such as outpatient appointments, ward admissions, and care in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). Additionally, patients undergo treatments such as chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and surgical interventions according to their specific clinical needs.

Standing out even further, the GRAACC Hospital has performed over 900 bone marrow transplants, establishing itself as a reference in research and treatments related to pediatric and adolescent cancer throughout all of Latin America. In 2019 alone, over 22,000 chemotherapy sessions were administered, accompanied by 1,400 surgical procedures and 35,000 consultations. This encompasses more than 4,000 patients who have received attentive and compassionate care.


To control the entry and exit of employees in restricted access areas of the Support Group for Children and Adolescents with Cancer (GRAACC) Hospital.


  • Invenzi access control software for 1,000 users and 2 simultaneous connections;
  • Eighteen doors with biometric access control for entrance, along with exit buttons.


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