Anviz Global Helps Secure the Silvio Pettirossi International Airport

Paraguay, 2014

Anviz Global has partnered with Megapar Ingenieria SA to design and implement a fully-customized biometric-based access control system to meet the needs of the Silvio Pettirossi International Airport, which is the most important airport in Paraguay.

Anviz Global has partnered with Megapar Ingenieria SA to design and implement a fully-customized biometric-based access control system to meet the needs of the Silvio Pettirossi International Airport, which is the most important airport in Paraguay.

Installation site:
All of Silvio Pettirossi International Airport's VIP rooms, airplane hangars and management offices.

Project Background:
The enlargement of the airport created a clear demand for increased security. With over 2000 employees and countless passengers flowing through the airport every year, security is a major priority.

Requirements vs. Solutions:
Hardware: Anviz Global’s VF30 – Fingerprint + Card + PW access control device
Software: Anviz’s AIM Software

The enlargement and renovation of the most important airport in Paraguay, Silvio Pettirossi International Airport, required the implementation of a reliable and accurate access control system. As of August 11, 2014 important areas such as VIP rooms, airplane hangars, management offices, and other areas are now protected with the Anviz-inspired system.

The device that best suited the task was Anviz Global's VF30, combined with the Anviz's trademark AIM Software.

An important requirement for this project was to integrate the access control system with the fire protection system. Anviz’s VF30 devices are easily integrated with fire protection systems.

Anviz's State-of-the-Art Solution for Silvio Pettirossi International Airport:
1) Advanced BioNano algorithm;
2) Optical waterproof fingerprint sensor;
3) Scratch-proof, unbreakable and durable;
4) Anviz's customized firmware;
5) Anviz's easily adapted software to meet Silvio Pettirossi International Airport's needs.

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