Amsterdam, September 10th 2020- The road network is under increasing pressure due to sheer weight of traffic, and its bridges and water locks are no exception. In view of the importance of free-flowing traffic and the safety of such structures, they undergo continuous modernisation. One such modernisation is CCTV: by incorporating video surveillance into a […]Read Article ➜
On August 13 2018, the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2019 was signed into U.S. Law. NDAA Section 889 prohibits the U.S. government from procuring or using video surveillance and telecommunications equipment or services from certain Chinese companies and their subsidiaries. The NDAA ban includes the following companies: Hytera Communications […]Read Article ➜
We are pleased to inform you that as of September 1, 2020 our office will move to a new address. This accommodation allows us to support you even better. Because of this move, our warehouse and production facility are closed for business from August 24 – September 9 2020. Siqura is a public-owned company with […]Read Article ➜
Siqura helps its partners and clients with in-house manufactured systems that cater for any video security solution that you are looking for. We promise reliable build quality and 24/7 worldwide support.Read more
The life-saving effects that a reliable video surveillance system offers cannot be overemphasized, especially in the Marine, Oil & Gas (MOG) industry.
The risk factor associated with the MOG industry emphasizes the need for a reliable surveillance system, especially in facilities that are involved with flammable gases and power plants.
Siqura has solutions for open road mobility with emphasis placed on highway monitoring.
In the past decade, there has been a global shift towards a high level of safety and security in tunnels due to increased traffic and advancements in technology.