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CBC Americas and CrucialTrak partner to market CrucialTrak’s range of advanced products

Published on 17 Feb, 2017

The CrucialTrak touchless readers and speed gates will be introduced In Las Vegas, April 5-7, 2017 at ISC West in the CrucialTrak booth #14059 and CBC booth #22053
The strategic agreement to develop  touchless biometric authentication & electronic access control applications

CBC Americas Corp., a manufacturer of intelligent security systems announced a strategic business alliance with CrucialTrak an innovator in touchless Biometric Access Control Systems (BACS) and revolutionary pedestrian gates. With this strategic agreement, CBC will partner with CrucialTrak in Japan, Australia, Canada, America, Caribbean, Mexico and Latin American markets to introduce CrucialTrak’s range of advanced products.

"Nothing is more important than making people feel secure," said Victor Milani, Executive Vice President, Imaging and Information Technology at CBC “We're thrilled to announce this collaboration. It will allow us to bring another level of security to our users and offers a greater opportunity for market growth.”

The two companies will jointly develop and market solutions for a wide range of applications in touchless biometric authentication and electronic access control. The CrucialTrak touchless readers and speed gates will be introduced In Las Vegas, April 5-7, 2017 at ISC West in the CrucialTrak booth #14059 and CBC booth #22053.

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