Tag Archives: Vientiane

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.

CHUBBSAFES fire proof cabinets and safes delivered

Vanchaleun Construction Company in Vientiane chose GUNNEBO / Chubbsafes products from Kerberos to keep their valuables safe. Our team delivered the goods by special truck and installed each to the desired location. Worth to mention Kerberos not only sells these products in Laos exclusively, but our company also offers warranty and after sales services with unique repair and assistance arrangements. Maybe this is the reason almost every bank and financial institution has at least one of these safes in their offices! Thank You Vanchaleun!

Vanchaleun Construction Company

Vanchaleun Construction Company

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

FAAC barriers and automation for Phonesack Group

Kerberos successfully completed and handed over an extension project to the integrated security system installed by our company in 2012 and 2015 at the Phonesack HQ in Vientiane. Some PANASONIC cameras were added to the fiber optic based CCTV system also traffic management appliances such as long range RFID readers, barriers, photoelectric beams and induction loops were installed all around the compound and integrated to the existing security network.

FAAC barrier installation

FAAC barrier installation

NICE automation for a villa in Vientiane

Our team has finished the manufacturing and installation of a swing gate with a NICE gate operator in Vientiane. Our beloved customer also extended its front yard and now the property looks very cool with all the developments! Check out the pictures and do not forget: NICE Laos is running a gate operators and motors promotion for both sliding and swinging gates, don`t miss the opportunity! You can check out the details on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NiceForYouLaos/

Installation of gate and motor

Installation of gate and motor

The Basics of Home Security D-I-Y / part 2.

In the last article we introduced the first five principles for do-it-yourself prevention of theft and break-ins at home specifically for urban capitals, tourist areas and special economic areas.  In this article we recommend more useful techniques that you can use to avoid unwanted events in and around your property.

The Basics of Home Security D-I-Y

Security Tips

Security tips

With rapid economic development in the region, even Lao PDR is not exempt from a rise in petty theft and robberies.  Often it seems
that thieves are a step ahead of the law and of protection technology.  Expatriates and Lao citizens are equal targets of crime, but expatriates often lack a local network and permanent presence within their homes.  In this and future articles we will explore what the average household in Vientiane can do to improve their security.

Naturally, we at Kerberos Security are continuously improving our products to  greatly decrease your changes of a brush with crime, but no system can offer complete protection 100% of the time.  However, there are steps you can take to improve the security of your home and personal effects.

Police Race To Fix CCTV Cameras

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public surveillance

Vientiane Police Office is in discussions with Vientiane Police Headquarters and the Ministry of Public Security to replace or repair more than 50 broken closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras around the city.

The office recently reported a number of cameras were broken in areas across Vientiane; cameras normally used to help in investigations on crime and road accidents.

Earlier this month the office spoke to police headquarters and the ministry to establish why the cameras were breaking and how to solve the problem.

Vientiane Police Office Deputy Chief, Lieutenant Colonel Phommachan Suanbounma, said 51 cameras were down due to technical problems, high temperatures in control rooms and cables damaged in fires. “We have had to work harder to follow targets of crime as well as road accidents and traffic jams in Vientiane after the cameras broke,” he said.

Police Warn Of Rainy Season Thefts

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seasonal thefts on the rise

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Vientiane Police Office has warned government departments and private businesses to be more wary of office security during the rainy season after a recent spate of thefts.

Vientiane Police Chief, Lieutenant Colonel Salong Sengathith, said the wet weather sometimes meant security guards spent less time inspecting premises at night, which has led to the theft of valuables from offices becoming a major problem.

“Thieves will take the opportunity when security don’t do their job, and will jump into an office and steal valuables. The problem has been occurring in Vientiane for a few weeks now,” he said.

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Economic Pressures Causing Crime To Rise In Vientiane

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The number of crimes in Vientiane continues to rise despite police efforts to crack down on the criminals, according to a weekly report from Vientiane Police Headquarters on Wednesday.

From July 17-23, a total of 54 criminal cases were recorded in the capital, six more cases compared to the previous week, with robbery among the major crimes this week.

Some of the more brazen crimes recorded by police included: The robbery of Ms Mee Malayvieng, aged 24, a trader from Dongpalaep village in the capital’s Chanthabouly district. On July 17, she rode with her niece on a motorbike to visit her relatives in Donkoi village, Xaysettha district.

At around 2pm she went out from her relative’s house and shortly afterwards, two criminals followed her, using a motorbike without a number plate. The criminals rode their motorbike up beside her and used a sharp implement to threaten her before taking her motorbike, jewelry and other properties to escape the scene. Police are looking for the criminals.

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