LEGIC Security for NTU University in Singapore
Kaba was able to win a major contract: 4100 digital cylinders are being delivered to Singapore. Key factors were the advantages of LEGIC technology.
Zurich, June 2010–This subsequent order from Singapore was won against fierce competition. The crucial points, besides the favourable total costs, were mainly the integration possibilities which CardLink offers and the short delivery times. Since the battery is integrated in the standalone cylinder and not in the LEGIC badge, flexibility and safety are ensured although room inhabitants are changing frequently.
This year, Singapore will host the first Youth Olympic Games. NTU’s 6000 student homes will then be accommodating the Youth Olympic Games participants. With CardLink, the access rights can be administered flexibly, the inhabitants fetch their access rights at the update terminal every day. Since the retrofitting of the doors took place in the semester holidays, it was decisive for the components to arrive on time.
From former deliveries to Singapore, Kaba was acquainted with the special climatic conditions of this tropic region. Kaba’s aspiration of being premium could be fulfilled by delivering knobs in stainless steel. This new non-corrosive version can now be ordered as option INOX.
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LEGIC Identsystems Ltd
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About LEGIC® Identsystems Ltd
LEGIC Identsystems Ltd, with headquarters in Switzerland, is a leader in the design and manufacture of 13.56 MHz contactless smart card technology. The LEGIC product portfolio includes highly integrated LEGIC RF Standard, ISO 15693 and ISO 14443 compliant read/write chip sets, security modules and transponder chips.
LEGIC Identsystems currently works with over 200 external co-operation partners world-wide who offer compatible LEGIC all-in-one-card applications including access control, e-payment, parking, e-ticketing and other multiapplications. More than 2 million readers and over 100 million credentials are integrated in more than 60,000 work and leisure places worldwide.