ELV & Infrastructure Solutions


Structured Cabling for Voice, Video & Data Networks

Data Centre Infrastructure Solutions

Fiber-To-The-Premises & High Speed Data Connectivity

Video Surveillance Systems (IP/Analog HD)

Public Address and Multimedia Systems

Business Telephone Systems

IPTV and SMATV Systems

RFID & Data Collection Solutions

Queue Management, Kiosk, Digital Signage & Video Wall

FINTECH has a team of dedicated and qualified specialists with extensive experience in supplying, installing and commissioning a wide range of ELV Solutions and Security Systems. Our International Certified Engineers are capable of meeting the client requirement and we always ensure the best level of customer satisfaction through professional service.

From a small office setup to large enterprise implementations, FINTECH has provided ELV solutions for clients in sectors such as Government, Banking, Financial, Hospitality, Education, Oil & Gas, Healthcare, and Telecommunication

Video Conferencing


Video conferencing is a technology that allows users in different locations to hold face-to- face meetings without having to move to a single location together. This technology is particularly convenient for business users in different cities or even different countries because it saves the time, expense and hassle associated with business travel. Uses for video conferencing include holding routine meetings, negotiating business deals and interviewing job candidates.

Structured Cabling


Structured network cabling involves using a flexible and singular cabling infrastructure to connect multiple computers, phones and other devices together. Specialized sockets are provided for plugging in your multiple devices. A central communication network cabinet is provided for connecting multiple cables from different work stations.

CCTV (Closed Circuit Television) system

CCTV stands for Closed Circuit TV (again a very old acronym which shows the old “electrical” roots of such systems). Simply put, these are the camera systems setup inside and outside of buildings to provide monitoring surveillance. Old analog cameras used a separate cabling of coaxial cables connecting each camera directly to the DVR (Digital Video Recorder). These are also today almost totally replaced with IP Cameras utilizing the common LAN infrastructure of the building.

Access Control and Time Attendance system


ACS is the abbreviation for Access Control System. ACS systems give access to different building locations (usually implemented by automatic unlocking of doors) through different means of authentication of people (by magnetic or RFID identification cards, by finger print, IRIS or face recognition). Almost all new ACS solutions also rely on LAN infrastructure to some extent…


Public Addressing system (PA system)


PAS (Public Address System) or PAGA (Public Address and General Alarm) is the speaker system installed in buildings for making announcements, playing background music and broadcasting pre-recorded alarm notifications, sometimes automatically triggered by fire alarm systems. PAS is probably one of the few ELV systems that is still not much IP based and use twisted-pair electrical cables for connecting the distributed speakers to the power amplifiers.

Parking Management system


Smart & efficient car park management system allows the car park manager a total car park management by combining the efficient car park management, the car guidance to the free parking spaces and the lighting energy management. Characteristics:

    1. Wireless sensors.
    1. Individual parking space detection and signalizing.
    1. Car guidance to the free parking spaces.


ELECTRONIC Locking system

    1. Electronic lock combine the following benefits: Non contact opening with RFID cards or wristbands(Mifare1)
    1. *Motorized lock.
    1. *Safety: non-copiable keys.
    1. *Standalone system: no cabling required.
    1. *Easy to install: no qualified personnel required and low maintenance costs.

Intrusion Detection system

An intrusion detection system (IDS) is a system that monitors network traffic for suspicious activity and issues alerts when such activity is discovered. While anomaly detection and reporting is the primary function, some intrusion detection systems are capable of taking actions when malicious activity or anomalous traffic is detected, including blocking traffic sent from suspicious IP addresses.