In the last month, Syswin Solutions participated in different events in the Middle East to further strengthen its international presence and initiated its most important partnership in the region with KSS.
A significant milestone in the partnership with KSS was set by introducing in front of the Kuwait Ministry of Interior innovative IoT solutions for SysTraffic – an integrated artificial intelligent traffic management, parking, air quality monitoring, and cybersecurity.
SysParking is an innovative solution designed for non-residential and residential areas, which monitors an unlimited number of parking spaces and generates alerts and notifications in the event of unauthorized occupation of one or more reserved or prohibited parking spots.
The solution facilitates the acess and occupancy control of monitored areas by facility management companies, which manages office buildings, factories and industrial buildings, hotels, sports and leisure facilities, hospitals, train stations, airports, etc.
Monitoring air quality is essential for local authorities as well as for major public and private industries to understand and prevent air pollution and assess emission sources, to preserve health and contribute to the fight against the greenhouse effect. Syswin’s solution is a monitoring device of indoor and outdoor air quality, which records critical parameters in real-time (temperature, humidity, brightness, VOC- volatile organic compounds) and represents them visually on a dashboard.
About Kuwait Support Services
Established in 2004, KSS is a leading, multi-services multi-dimensions Kuwait company with business interests in trading, manufacturing, engineering, consultancies, and contracting with proven presence with Kuwait Government organizations, Petroleum entities, and other GCC countries via channel relations.
SYSWIN SOLUTIONS delivers high-performance IoT & M2M solutions on a single platform integrating different technologies, communication protocols and sensors to respond to the connectivity requirements that companies and the public sector need to meet in areas like Environment, Smart City, Smart Building, Metering, Industrial Control, Logistics, Security, Media and CMS.