Synectics wins multiple surveillance contracts in the Middle East

CoexSynectics’ will deploy more than 700 COEX camera stations to provide surveillance and security management solutions. (Image source: Synectics)Surveillance solutions business Synectics has received multiple contracts for onshore and offshore oil and gas developments, which will be spanning across Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Iran

Under the business agreement, Synectics’ will deploy more than 700 COEX camera stations across the Middle East region, with an aim to provide surveillance and security management solutions, said the company.

In addition, Synectics will also be providing an offshore platform off the Egyptian coast, with a range of C3000 HD IP, C2000 HD IP and C2000 camera stations, featuring new onboard analytics capabilities developed to meet the customer brief.

The COEX camera stations, compatible with the on-site VMS, focus on enabling edge-based tripwire detection, negating the need for separate analytics integration, according to Synectics.

The contracts also include three substantial Saudi Arabian projects, such as a gas plant, a major refinery and terminal development and an offshore platform.

All three will take delivery of COEX C3000 HD IP and C2000 HD IP cameras for process control and security monitoring. “For two of the projects, these cameras will be deployed as part of full end-to-end safety, security and process monitoring solutions, driven by Synectics’ Synergy 3 command and control platform,” said the company in a statement.

Synectics had to undergo an ‘approved supplier’ process to demonstrate integration and working practice capabilities to secure these contracts, said Darren Alder, divisional director for oil and gas at Synectics. “One of the projects alone will see us work in partnership with 13 different Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) companies,” Alder added.

Synectics has also announced that it will supply end-to-end process and security management solutions, aiming to protecting four phases of a significant Iranian development which comprises onshore, offshore and associated infrastructure elements.

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