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Biometric Access Control for Jaguar / Land Rover

Jaguar / Land Rover Front

Jaguar / Land Rover Front

Kerberos finished and handed over the newest section of a complex biometric access control installation at the Jaguar / Land Rover building in Vientiane for RMA.

Biometric Access Control System for RMA Laos

Our team completed the first 2 stages of a large scale security project with RMA Laos, by handing over 2 sites equipped with developed SUPREMA biometric access control system. The system is not only protecting the sites from unauthorised entries, but also sourcing time and attendance informations to the central office HR team being connected to the HQ servers. As the project advances our beloved client will have much less headache with enrolment of employees or managing access on different sites, as the access and attendance management of each site will be available from the HQ directly and in real time.

SUPREMA Biometric Access Controller

SUPREMA Biometric Access Controller

Multi-biometric Fusion Technology with dual-finger & face recognition

D-Station’s Multi-Biometric Fusion Technology™ is a perfect blend of fingerprint and face recognition technologies which delivers incredible matching accuracy and speed that no other biometric devices have ever achieved. Bursting with a loads of innovative features like touch screen LCD, dual finger sensors, megapixel camera and powerful tri-CPU parallel processing, it offers extreme performance with extra usability. The new D-Station, it opens a whole new generation of biometric access control.

3 Authentication mode:

D-Station offers 3 distinct authentication modes which provides a balance between level of security and processing speed. D-Station manages to adjust biometric authentication methods and provides optimal performance according to the user’s requirements of accuracy, speed and high traffic.

Security Maintenance Contract signed with Embassy of Australia

Maintenance proved to be an efficient and cost saving tool if security and accounting departments come to the same meeting. Most embassies, companies and larger system owners realized this fact after their systems were in continuous operation for years. Dusty camera lenses, access control firmwares thirsty for updates, new versions of governing softwares to install and launch, expanding number of users to include in time and attendance systems… “all this headache was not clearly explained before!” – a common complaint heard from lot of clients.

In early 2011 Embassy of Australia was decided to employ qualified and reliable service provider partner for the maintenance of the years ago installed BOSCH CCTV system of the Embassy compound in Vientiane. After tendering and set up 3 months probation period for the maintenance, Kerberos earned to sign long term agreement with the Embassy and opened new market segment in the Lao PDR. So far there was no company offering reliable and professional maintenance for security systems and their subsystems – like wirings, surge protection, backups etc.