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Start of a new project within the DIAMONIS contract with Rijkswaterstaat
30-01-2020

Start of a new project within the DIAMONIS contract with Rijkswaterstaat

In collaboration with our partner SAAB, Tein Technology has been working for Rijkswaterstaat on DIAMONIS (Dutch Inland AIS Monitoring Infrastructure) for some time.

The DIAMONIS system of Rijkswaterstaat in the Netherlands is an AIS system to automatically identify ships, both inland and on the North Sea. These vessels send their signals through a transponder with VHF link, which is received by base stations across the country.

 

Project Migratie AIS Noordzee (MAN)

Rijkswaterstaat has started a project in which it will take over the AIS locations of the Dutch Kustwacht. This means that these locations are also added to the DIAMONIS contract and come under the management of SAAB Tein VOF (STV), with respect to the maintenance and support.

 

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SMART Four Arms tunnel in Brussels
17-01-2020

 

Tein technology is proud to be part of the renovation of the Four Arms tunnel.

This tunnel, on the border of the Flemish and Brussels region, underwent a total renovation in the past years.

 

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S-LIM: turning Limburg into a smart datahub – the first of its kind
11-12-2019

 

Tein Technology wins tender to implement control room solutions

The Limburg province government has high ambitions: with the S-LIM programme, they plan on turning Limburg into a comprehensive smart datahub, making the province the first Smart Region in Belgium. Having won a tender for a key segment of this project, Tein Technology is proud to be a part of this ambitious enterprise.

 

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Tein Technology delivers a new video management system for the ports of Ghent and Zeebrugge
11-12-2019

 

An impeccable delivery with outstanding results

A system in need of an upgrade

As the video management system previously used in the ports of Zeebrugge and Ghent was outdated, a migration to a new system was scheduled.

 

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