Malaysian Kenanga International Building equipped with state-of-the art access control system

Malaysian Kenanga International Building equipped with state-of-the art access control system
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Refurbishment work was recently completed at the K&N Kenanga International building in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, a 22-storey commercial structure with a three-and-a-half-storey annexed podium block, located in Kuala Lumpur's central business district.

New features of the refurbished main lobby include a physical access control system based on the contactless LEGIC technology, a food and beverage area and an information counter.

Kaba Jaya Security was selected to provide electronic access control, visitor management systems and half-height sensor barriers. The system includes six lanes of Argus HSB E11 for tenants and visitors, one lane of Charon HSD E03 for disabled access, and Kaba Exos® 9300 for electronic access control and visitor management.?

The completed system provides the K&N Kenanga building with:
- Access rights management of staff and visitors
- Efficient reception and management of visitors
* No long queues during rush hour
* Integrated Malaysian IC reader
* Asset protection
- Increased employee safety
*Defined access restrictions within the security perimeter
- Reduced operational cost
*Fewer administrative expenses
- A flexible, integrated, efficient security solution
*All systems integrated
*One point of responsibility for all three system
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