…Kaba’s products work perfectly all over the world, no matter how extreme the conditions?
In Greenland, the retail chain Pisiffik uses ten reader stations in its stores for recording finger templates, as well as 38 separate B-Net 9320 biometric terminals for recording hours worked.
In Russia in 2007 a team of climbers ascended Mount Elbrus, the highest mountain in the Caucasus, carrying a safe. Even at 4,600 metres, Kaba’s Code-Combi K electronic lock worked perfectly, even though it was never intended for such a purpose.
In Fort McMurray in Northern Canada, where extreme weather is the norm, Shell Oil Company has fitted all 1,660 rooms of its residential complex with E-760 electronic locks. The locks are centrally managed using ATLAS – Kaba's Advanced Technology Lodging Access System
- On an island off the coast of Equatorial Guinea in West Africa, AMPCO runs one of the world’s largest methanol production plants. The access and time recording system installed by Kaba uses B-COMM ERP communications software, which has been integrated into the existing SAP system on the customer’s request, coupled with B-Net 9340 biometric terminals. Despite strong winds and tropical rain storms, the installation has always worked flawlessly.