by Ms. Regielou Rolloque, Sales Manager, Hispanic Market )
Assoc. Coop. Terabyte, our esteemed FingerTec reseller in Venezuela, embarks on a new challenging task this year as they work with a government agency called SAIME. SAIME stands for Servicio Administrativo Identificación, Migración y Extranjería or Administrative Service for Identification and Immigration in English.

As international airports are one of the busiest places in the world, every step should be taken to ensure the security of the area is never compromised. Thanks to FingerTec’s Q2i, the initial installation of fingerprint machines required for access control was a success.

As indicated on their website, https://saime.gob.ve, SAIME’s role is to identify all individuals and control the admission, stay and departure of foreign citizens who are in Venezuelan territory. Being a leading institution nationally and internationally in the area of identification, their main objective is to plan and implement activities aimed at the indubitable identification of natural persons living in the country in accordance with the provisions of the law and the supervision, direction, and control of various activities for the granting of applications for foreign nationals.

The project involved installing the FingerTec Q2i on a turnstile system in the international gateway of the main airport in Venezuela, the Maiquetia International Airport. Mr. Wilmer Arambula, the Managing Director of Assoc. Coop. Terabyte, chose to install FingerTec Q2i for this certain project because it has sophisticated access control features and is easier to install and use even for people who have never come across this kind of system before.
SAIME has been very satisfied with the initial installation and soon Assoc. Coop. Terabyte will continue with their installion of more FingerTec Q2i terminals in the Maiquetia International Airport.
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