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IDTECK wins project to supply access control solution to Turkey Court House

Published on 21 Jun, 2010

IDTECK’s access control solutions find a new house – Turkey Court House
IDTECK's latest innovation, iMDC access control panel, is capable of controlling up to 32 doors
IDTECK, the global leader in RFID and biometrics access control, has announced its latest achievement of being selected to provide access control system for the Turkey Court House project.

The on-going Turkey Court House project in Istanbul is estimated to be one of the world's largest court houses as it contains 350 hearing rooms in 340,000 square metres sized main building. During the bidding for this project, Optimum Electronic Security (exclusive distributor of IDTECK products in Turkey) was able to fight off the competition of other top brand names and received excellent evaluation due to its high performing security products as well as service quality.

IDTECK's latest innovation, iMDC access control panel, is capable of controlling up to 32 doors and allows integrations with CCTV, alarm, fire alarm and BAS system to provide highest level of security. The system also includes dependable Fault-Tolerant System, which guarantees stable operation even during the system failure.

"After the successful deployment in the Turkey Court House project, we will continue to promote our product to the Turkish security market and the rest of the global market," said Ms. P.K. Kang, CEO of IDTECK.

For more information, please visit the IDTECK website or send an e-mail.


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