Kuwait Hyatt Regency hotel Al Kout Mall

August 16, 2019

Siqura’s partner, Delite Engineering Center realized a fully integrated security solution in a large-scale project for the 5-star hotel Kuwait Hyatt Regency in the Al Kout Mall. The project combined cameras from Siqura with access control and video management, both from the sister company TKH security. The Al Kout Mall is one of the largest shopping […]

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Thailand airports’ perimeters

July 16, 2019

Through Siqura (and VDG), TKH Security Solutions delivers an integral solution for perimeter intrusion detection (PID) at the majority of international and domestic airports in Thailand. It is one of our major airport project of this scale in Southeast Asia, with the potential of more to come.   The purpose of this project is to secure an airport’s assets by installing a high-quality state-of-the art observation system including thermal cameras […]

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Rhineland Route N434 tunnel

April 16, 2019

The so-called Rhineland Route is a planned new motorway running from Katwijk through the existing A44 to the A4 highway near Leiden. One of the elements of the Rhineland Route is a 2,888-meter long tunnel equipped with Siqura camera technology. This new road connection will solve present bottlenecks and ensure traffic flow within the region […]

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Departments of the Ministry

March 16, 2019

Security company IBC Egypt secured a comprehensive order from the Egyptian Ministry of Interior. TKH Security supplies over more than 850 Siqura cameras as well as VDG Sense software and hardware. Tariq Anwer, Sales Director Middle East & West Asia at Siqura B.V ( Branch) in Dubai: “This large number of cameras consists of bullet, […]

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World’s biggest causeway in Kuwait

January 16, 2019

In 2013, the Kuwait Ministry of Public Works (MPW) started construction of the world’s biggest maritime causeway project, the Sheikh Jaber Al Ahmad Al Sabah causeway. The causeway is located on the Kuwait Bay and includes the construction of two roads that reduce travel time to Subiyah and Doha. Tariq Anwer, Sales Director Middle East […]

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Port of Bangkok

January 31, 2018

The challenge For years, containers passing through the port had to be scanned and registered manually. This included verifying the containers’ contents, clearing them for customs and classifying and sorting the freight for import or export. Since these scans took nearly a minute per container, the road leading to the port was often backed up […]

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Liefkenshoektunnel

January 26, 2018

The challenge Tunnels are real bottlenecks. Even the smallest of disruptions may cause severe traffic jams. After a series of accidents, the management of Antwerp’s Liefkenshoektunnel decided to review its video surveillance system. Several flaws were found: the system lacked automatic incident detection (AID), the cameras weren’t capable of zooming in on events, oncoming traffic […]

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Fish Feeding solutions

January 25, 2018

The challenge Whether you like your salmon smoked, fried, poached or nicely sliced as sashimi, before you get it on your plate at the diner table, millions had to spend their lives properly fed first in one of the many fishery farms in Norway. For these farms the cost of feed is the primary overhead. […]

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Mehar Gas Field

January 25, 2018

The challenge For its newly developed gas field in Mehar, Pakistan, international oil and gas company OMV needed a video surveillance solution able to cope with the region’s hot summers and cold winters. The facility itself is extensive, with an estimated production of 4,300 BOE per day in the first year of operation. A combination […]

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Bangchak Petroleum Public Company

January 25, 2018

The challenge Upgrade, migrate and enhance the existing CCTV system within the Bangkok refinery location of Thailand’s leading petroleum company. The Bangchak refinery in Bangkok has a crude oil processing capacity of 120,000 barrels a day and operates over a 1000 service stations throughout the country. The existing 88 analogue cameras needed to migrate to […]

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