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At the end of last year, Volvo launched an IoT-pilot project together with Sensolus and Simac designed to quickly locate specific vehicles. Using this approach, cars can be located within five minutes, wherever they are parked after the manufacturing process. This is an important step in the optimization of the supply chain.
Integrator Simac ICT Belgium has recently been awarded the label IoT Certified Partner by Cisco. Simac is the first Belgian company to receive this certification. This recognition is a confirmation of Simac’s innovation and strength in the field of new technologies.
Earlier this year, Infrabel, manager of the Belgian railway infrastructure, concluded a framework agreement with the Cabling & Infrastructure Division of Simac ICT Belgium. Over the next four years, Simac will lay structured cabling in the existing datacenters at Brussels, Muizen and Monceau. Besides supplying and laying the cables, the company is also responsible for testing and certification. In this way, Infrabel acquires an end-to-end, integrated solution, covered by a 25-year system warranty. The contract value amounts to 1 million euros in total.
Just before the summer, IT integrator Simac finished upgrading the network at three Tiense Suikerraffinaderij sites in Belgium. Thanks to the new IT network, the sugar refinery can now start the new sugar beet season worry-free. The recent project was not Simac's first time working for Tiense Suikerraffinaderij. In fact, Simac has been supplying, installing and maintaining networks and cabling there for more than a decade.
Every company holds valuable information, even if they don’t believe so themselves. Just think of salary information, customer emails, R&D information, customer credit card details, patient information,… Even if the data, in itself, is not valuable, leaking it may cause a company reputational damage. Pentesting – short for penetration testing – can help an organization find out how well protected – or how vulnerable – its information and IT infrastructure are.
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