18/07/2019

Security for the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Boundary Crossing Office

Focus on Security and Reliability
Safety and reliability are key requirements for a project on a scale as grand as the Hong Kong Zhuhai-Macao bridge (HZMB). For this purpose, Integrated was chosen as the provider of the access control and security system including for the ticket booths, staff office and public area at the HZMB.

With shuttle bus services running as frequent as one every five minutes (up to 90 shifts during peak hours), great emphasis is placed on a security system capable of processing high frequency of data 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Ticket Hall                                                                      Staff Offices

Integrated’s iPlatform Smart Security Management
Our NeX Guard N1 and Home Guard H1 readers deployed for this project are built with advanced innovative features that can tackle the most challenging working environment. The NeX Guard N1 is equipped with an industry leading high performance processor and offers an eye-catching 2.5 inch high contrast LCD display with 12 sensitive tactile keys for easy operation.

Ticket Hall with Integrated’s NeX Guard N1 reader

The Home Guard H1 is a standalone wireless two-factor authentication device which supports face recognition as well as an impressive range of access card systems. Our Home Guard H1 works with both Wifi and 3G wireless network technologies enabling faster and simpler installation.

Office Area Home Guard H1 reader Main Entrance NeX Guard N1 reader

At the Frontier of Infrastructure and Logistics
A project with a ground breaking investment of USD18.8 billion, the HZMB cemented its status as both the longest sea crossing and the greatest open-sea fixed link on earth. The bridge effectively slashed travel time between Hong Kong and Zhuhai from three hours to just 30 minutes, further integrating cities in the Pearl River Delta.

A HZMB bus making its journey to Zhuhai

Designed to withstand earthquakes and typhoons, HZMB was built using 400,000 tonnes of steel, enough to build 60 Eiffel Towers. About 30km of its total length crosses the sea of the Pearl River delta. To allow ships through, a 6.7km section in the middle dips into an undersea tunnel that runs between two artificial islands.

Artificial island along the HZMB

The project is a milestone for both infrastructure engineering and logistics. We are therefore genuinely proud to be chosen as the access control and management security partner for this project. Our goal is to provide a truly easy to use and robust security system to help HZMB boundary crossing office boost its operational efficiency and safety.

Whether you are looking for an innovative security solution or would like us to give you a quotation, please feel free to give our Service Hotline a call on (852) 2544 8580.