Bioaccez has implemented hands-free access control for working lifts. In the ever changing scenario of construction sites the use of rfid active tags for detecting entrance and exit of personnel using lifts incorpores a reliable and automatic way of counting the numebr of people working in shafts without needing to remember the people the fact of approaching the badge to a reader. The rfid systems for lifts is currently installed in the sites of Cityringen new subway under construction in central Copenhagen, Denmark.
Having a direct internet line in the TBM cabin, makes possible that TBM operators can make direct calls to the emergency services like fire brigade in any moment of the day or during the night shift. Bioaccez has provided the internet access using Wimax radiolinks allowing the transmission of voice, but also geological data, video and access control data to the main server.
The working sites of Bengasi and Italia61 at Metro Torino have been equipped with automatic barriers for vehicle access. The automatic access is controlled by the Bioaccez Transeo Plus software that already manages the access in surface and the underground location of workers for emergency situations.
SMP4 Tunnel at Saint-Martin-la-Porte has been equipped with a camera system, integrated in the Transeo-Plus software using the technology of automatic plate recognition system. The purpose of the cameras is to increase the safety of all workers inside the tunnel.
An access control has been installed in the junction Nordhavn-Cityringen tunnels in Øster Søgade CMT site, for providing the site with a reconaissance of workers from another project in case of emergency having to exit by the Øster Søgade shaft. The Nordhavn metro is a dual track metro branching off from the Cityringen subway now under construction in central Copenhagen.
Bioaccez has presented the new products for geolocation at the italian exhibition last october. The new app for mobile phones and tablets MAPZ-App allow to recover information about presence and location in tunnels.
The company CMC di Ravenna decided the use of digital two-way radios, selecting communications specialist Bioaccez Controls & Mercury Barcelona to deploy Motorola’s MOTOTRBO solution in the 7 km exploration tunnel of Venaus in Italy. The new solution comprises mobile and portable digital also and Ethernet repeaters connected to the site Optical Fiber. The technology delivers both high-quality voice and allows the offices to connect with TBM operators and locomotive drivers in a very efficient way. CMC’s management has already realized the benefits of the new digital network and has subsequently upped the
The consortium formed by Spie Batignolles in partnership with Eiffage TP, CMC di Ravenna, Ghella SpA and Cogeis SpA has been awarded the construction of the survey gallery in St Martin la Porte consisting in 9 Km tunnel bored with TBM, plus 3,5 Km of galleries in classical methods. The works in Saint-Martin-la-Porte in Savoy have started this January 2015 as expected, and the consortium has implemented from the first day a ‘hands free access system’ in order to secure the gallery. The consortium has relied in the Catalan company Bioaccez Controls for
Bioaccez won three projects to provide electronic security and communications products one transalpine tunnel in Italy. The client, the consortium CMC di Ravenna and Strabag has trusted Bioaccez to deploy a system to monitor the presence and geo-location of workers in the underground tunnel using active RFID tags. The goal is to always know the position of workers in the tunnel to react in case of emergency. The active system, managed by the TRANSEO-IND-PLUS software displays the total number of workers in the tunnel, and is also shown on a giant screen at
Some zones in full deployment of AVE high-speed railway lines in Spain are in mountainous zone, remote from the major urban axes where the GSM communications are impossible. Bioaccez, in addition to its tunnel access control solutions, provides all kind of telecommunications solutions like GSM repeaters. The last deployment of this technology was carried out in the tunnel zone of the Spanish TGV in Gudiña, Galicia.