In 2019 Deutsche Bank implemented an ambitious project to fit the majority of its German branches with public Wi-Fi networks for customer use. This required the planning and retrofitting of access points.
GOAL: NOTHING BUT THE HIGHEST QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
PRESENCE ON SITE
QUALITY ASSURANCE BY SCOPIO
It was particularly important to the customer that the retrofitting work was “invisible” and therefore did not affect the high-quality aesthetics of the bank’s branches. In practice this meant that the shortest route was not always the ideal cabling solution.
AT 12 BRANCHES
OF DEUTSCHE BANK
Routes through suspended ceilings and fitted cupboards needed to be identified and maximum benefit drawn from existing ductwork. What is more, the extremely tight timeframe ruled out any construction measures involving paintwork with long drying times, which made both the search for the perfect route and the installation of the cabling highly time-consuming. Detailed plans and a good understanding of branch architecture were therefore imperative.