About the case

Headquartered in the city of Petrópolis, nestled in the mountainous region of Rio de Janeiro, Grupo Petrópolis stands out as the most prominent entirely nationally-owned company in its sector. With expertise in producing a diverse range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, the organization plays a crucial role in both the economy and the environmental landscape.

Grupo Petrópolis plays a vital role in creating around 24,000 direct jobs, showcasing its commitment to community and local development. Beyond its economic impact, the company takes a proactive stance towards environmental responsibility. Through innovative environmental projects, the company promotes the planting and maintenance of numerous trees, contributing to ecosystem preservation.

Furthermore, dedication to sustainability is a hallmark of Grupo Petrópolis. Not just through environmental initiatives, but also via a comprehensive environmental education program aimed at municipal schools, the company seeks to raise awareness and engage future generations about the importance of environmental protection.

Hence, Grupo Petrópolis not only stands as an industry leader but also emerges as a change agent, playing a pivotal role in both the economy and the promotion of sustainable practices and environmental education.


To establish an efficient system for managing the entry of employees, visitors, and third parties into the administrative building of Grupo Petrópolis in Boituva, São Paulo. A crucial approach is to seamlessly integrate this access management with the closed-circuit television (CCTV) system, ensuring comprehensive and real-time surveillance.


  • Invenzi W-Access software for approximately 1,000 users, with 2 simultaneous connections;
  • Vehicle access control with tag antenna;
  • 6 biometric readers and 1 proximity technology reader, installed on doors of restricted access areas.


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