"When it is complete, the southern tunnel will be one of the longest in the world, preserving the communities above the tunnel and minimizing environmental impact. With digitalization, Siemens Mobility will make this infrastructure intelligent, increase value over the entire life cycle for Trafikverket and enhance the experience of all Stockholm's residents using the bypass," stated Michael Peter, CEO of Siemens Mobility.
Siemens Mobility will cooperate with Eltel Networks Infranet AB, a leading northern European supplier of technical services for critical infrastructure networks. The contract includes the facility's comprehensive control and monitoring system, which controls safety functions throughout the tunnels. In addition, Siemens Mobility will provide a communications platform, camera surveillance, radio and mobile telephone network and fire and incident detection systems. Prior to installation, Siemens Mobility will provide a comprehensive design for the monitoring and communications systems. Eltel will assist in the design and delivery of the system and will execute installation work in the area. Siemens Mobility will operate and provide maintenance throughout the system together with Eltel.
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