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Cenmetrix provides smart vehicle management solution to Citadel Residencies

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Cenmetrix Installs Gate Barriers at Citadel Residencies

Cenmetrix Ltd., leading provider of vehicle identification and access management solutions, recently partnered with Citadel Residencies to provide complete automation of vehicle entry and exit process of the Citadel apartment complex located at Bagatalle Road, Colombo 3.

This installation brings in many conveniences for the residents at the apartment complex. Primarily it ensures the automation of the vehicle entry and exit process without having to have a security guard manually opening and closing the gates every time. The long range reader linked with vehicle tag identifies only the authorised resident vehicles enabling entrance and exit only to them.

Commenting on this partnership Cenmetrix Ltd. Operations Manager Vipula Chaminda said, “We are happy to count Citadel Residencies as yet another happy customer of our vehicle management solution. We were able to meet the expectation of performance and functionality that our client wanted and we strongly believe this implementation by Cenmetrix will help us expand further in the Sri Lankan market.”

Cenmetrix is the authorised distributor of the Nedap vehicle identification solution which is used in applications related to security, parking and logistics and the system has been leading the market for automatic vehicle identification for over a decade. 

Further elaborating on the convenience of this automated system, Pradeep Loganathan, Director, Liberty Group & Finnpack Industries commented, “This system has helped us remove a lot of manual work, and our residents are continuously at ease in terms of automatic detection of the vehicle and the security that is brought in with it.”

Cenmetrix (www.cenmetrix.lk) is systems integrator specialising in security and access management solutions to the Sri Lankan market for over 12 years, with 650+ customers and 5,000+ deployments islandwide. 

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