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Cenmetrix in the forefront addressing Sri Lanka’s security systems need

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Security products offered by Cenmetrix include security access control, automated vehicle gate barriers, turnstiles, parking bollards, vehicle identification, and metal detectors.

In light of the recent terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka, it is imperative that State and private institutions, as well as citizens, become more involved in practicing preventive methods to recognise and prepare for such events. The country is currently in need of cutting edge technology to deal with this issue and Cenmetrix Ltd. believes their expertise over 15 years with 650+ customers and 5,000+ deployments islandwide will support corporates and Government agencies alike to increase their presence in the security solutions space.

The market for products including security access control, automated vehicle gate barriers, turnstiles, parking bollards, vehicle identification and metal detectors has seen a surge in demand in the last few weeks. This trend is likely to prevail as more business firms allocate large budgets for mitigating terror-related and security risks.

Commenting on how prepared the company is in addressing the need of the market, Cenmetrix General Manager (Operations) Vipula Chaminda said: “Security is now an important aspect of day-to-day Sri Lankan life, and corporates are in need of complementing physical manned security with advanced technology to obtain maximum benefit. We have been specialising in security access systems in the market for over a decade. We believe our experience and product range gives us a sense of responsibility, to make sure we are able to provide the latest security solutions required to help companies protect themselves from possible threats.”

To find out more about Cenmetrix and the security solutions they offer, you can log on to their website www.cenmetrix.lk 

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