A recent deal to supply access control for Airports Fiji Limited has again showcased BQT Solutions' ability to be a global airport security supplier.
Airports Fiji will use BQT's access control systems comprising Mifare biometric technology including 13.56 MHz Contactless Smart Cards and readers, along with CCTV and monitoring at Nadi International Airport.
Fiji now joins Adelaide, Bangkok, and Michigan's Gerald R. Ford International as an airport with BQT access control technology.
"This project demonstrates our ability to supply complete access control systems globally for airport security," BQT MD, John Genner, said.
Other verticals BQT provides soultions for include military, transport, health, education, industrial, banking and finance, commercial and government agencies.
Despite this most recent win, it was a tough half-year for the security provider, which notched up $4.2 million loss in the year ending December 30, 2005. On the positive side it recorded a 45 per cent increase in revenue on the previous half-year, up to nearly $1.3 million.
The company will head to the US in April to showcase its products in a bid to boost US sales. The company will attend ISC West in Las Vegas from April 5-7. The event showcases new products, technologies, trends in the area or biometrics, access control, CCTV, remote monitoring and systems integration.