Dermal biometric scanner adds high security technology to offices
Four North Wales Police stations are recommended for closure – which could save jobs. The stations are Penrhyndeudraeth in Gwynedd, Towyn in Conwy (which was decommissioned in 2009) and Gaerwen and Valley on Anglesey. North Wales Police Authority acting chief constable Ian Shannon said cutting costs of the policing ‘estate’ could mean saving 30 police posts. He said the Colwyn Bay station was not “fit for purpose” while another police building in Llandudno was too large and expensive.
Whether it is smart card scanning, barrier or monitoring technology for office security purposes your company requires, Access Control Wales has it all. A biometric scanner adds high security, dermal fingerprint checking to your access control system. Mounted alongside your clocking station, the T3400 can be installed with a new system or retro-fitted to your existing clocking stations. The T3400 has a high quality gloss finish, impact-resistant casing, illumination for accurate finger placement and compact design. Optional extras include smart card scanning on the same reader.