Amper is the supplier in India of the Critical Communications Management System for the largest private port on the Indian Subcontinent
The system will supervise security in the free zone in the port of Mundra, with an area of more than 100 square kilometers.
Madrid, 18 September 2012.- Amper announces that it has supplied to WiproLimited, through its Indian business partner Mistral SolutionsPvt. Ltd., a critical communications management system for the duty-free zone of the Mundra port in India, the largest port on the Indian Subcontinent. It is a result of a multi-million rupee contract.
The system will integrate the different existing sensors and supervise security in the port’s maritime and terrestrial zones. Wipro will implement, integrate and maintain the security and surveillance system.
The Project involves the supply, installation and implementation of various sensors, surveillance cameras, network elements and video analysis and management software, in addition to Amper’s Command and Control solution. This Command and Control solution is a seamless platform that acts as a unique interface for the cartography monitoring of all surveillance cameras, along with the communication and integrated mobility system.
The partnership of two market leaders like Amper and Mistral makes it possible for a personalized technology solution to be offered to the national security market, in which Mistral will adapt Amper’s Command and Control solution to the requirement of this Project.
Amper’s Command and Control solution is an internationally renowned platform that functions around the world in more than 200 installed systems and is built according to the C4ISR concept (Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance), which integrates various sensors with communications networks and indicates the response protocols to follow in case of emergency. The command and control network itself brings together the contributions of the different sensors installed in strategic points throughout the port, places them on a cartographic representation of the zone and allows emergency response units to communicate. The graphic user interface is easy to manage, and the system may be used by security personnel with little training.
The port of Mundra, located on the western coast of India, is very well placed for exports to Africa, the Middle East and western countries, and to provide service to the north of the country. Its duty-free zone, which extends over more than 100 square kilometers, is one of the government-authorized, privately operated duty-free zones.
Esther Garcés, general manager of Amper’s European, Asian and African markets, stated: "We are very satisfied with our participation in this project for the largest private port in Asia. Our leadership in public and private security solutions provides us access throughout the world to high-potential markets such as this one, which is promoted by the Indian Government. We are prepared to help improve public security with state-of-the-art solutions that are leaders in their technology sector and the result of our commitment to high value-added engineering and innovation.”