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LEGIC Identsystems announces license partnership with Shanghai Airlink
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LEGIC Identsystems announces license partnership with Shanghai Airlink

Published on 19 Jul, 2013

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The partnership allows LEGIC to develop its presence in Asia
With Shanghai Airlink Technologies Ltd., LEGIC Identsystems AG welcomes another strong partner from China into its network. The system integrator is well connected worldwide and has already won a few highly prestigious projects.

“We are delighted to develop LEGIC’s presence in Asia further with Shanghai Airlink”, commented Dr. Otto Eggimann, Vice President Sales and Business Development for LEGIC Identsystems AG, about the licence partnership with the firm. “Shanghai Airlink is a well-known system integrator, which has proven its abilities in developing innovative solutions time and time again.”

Specialised in security solutions

The company, founded in 1994, has already successfully implemented many prestigious projects. These include for Shanghai Pudong Airport, the Bank of China and Texas Instruments. The system integrator employs 80 people and is specialised in developing security solutions, from consulting through to design, installation, training and maintenance. In particular, the company has vast experience in entrance control, CCTV and intruder alarm systems. The former subsidiary of the UTC Group has been independent since September 2012 and maintains close relations with well-known suppliers, such as Tyco and GE Security.

“LEGIC provides us with a reliable and open technology platform, which is optimal for developing solutions for our customers. Accepting this licence partnership was definitely the right decision”, said Liang Cheng, General Manager of Shanghai Airlink.

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