Access control and attendance tracking specialist Anviz Global has won a major new government contract, the company has announced. The company has partnered with Shpresa-AL Group to develop a biometric access control system for the Kuwait Embassy in Albania.
As one might expect, the embassy has a high level of security requirements, and to that end Anviz will be offering its VF30 fingerprint and card scanning readers, working in conjunction with its AIM software, which will be customized for the Kuwait Embassy. In a statement, Anviz asserted that the system will offer “[t]otal control of personnel entries and exits”.
Anviz has strong experience in access control to back up this claim. This past summer, the company used its biometric technology to secure Futurisk Insurance offices in India, and last year its access control technology was deployed at Paraguay’s Silvio Pettirossi International Airport – another facility with high security requirements. Through Anviz’s efforts and those of its regional distributor Shpresa-AL Group, the Kuwait Embassy can expect the same serious approach to security for its own forthcoming access control system.
November 24, 2015 – by Alex Perala