Suprema at FireTech Expo in Namibia

July 2016 News, Access Control & Identity Management

Suprema recently participated at a security expo hosted by Fire Tech Systems, a value added Suprema distributor, in partnership with Connect 24, a local security solutions provider, in Windhoek, Namibia.

The event showcased the latest security industry trends and technologies, from cutting edge biometric access control and time and attendance terminals to innovative fire suppression systems. A major theme and feature of the show was integrated solutions that add value by synergising with existing systems.

Chris Lelicanin, distribution manager for Suprema Southern Africa, attended the event to showcase Suprema’s range of products. Highlights included BioStation 2 and the brand new BioStation A2 as well as Suprema’s latest integration with Avigilon.

Avigilon Access Control Manager helps organisations keep people, property and assets safe with an easy-to-use system that won’t waste your time. A high-end, secure, IT-friendly, role-based system that can grow with you, it has the flexibility to work with the systems you already have – helping to eliminate extra work and increase productivity.

ProSync Synchronization Engine, developed by neaMetrics, effectively works in the background managing the data between both the Suprema and Avigilon systems. The enrolment platform is seamlessly overlaid over Avigilon’s identity capture site, making it user friendly and indistinguishable from the end user’s perspective.

“Suprema believes in strong partnerships, both through active participation in market development with its distribution partners, as well as co-operation with leading access control providers. The results of these are evident through exceptional market growth, in Namibia as well as other areas, and we are always looking for opportunities to participate in delivering the benefits that Suprema offer to end-users across Africa,” says Walter Rautenbach, MD of neaMetrics, exclusive Suprema distributor in southern Africa.


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