Deutschland Technology and Siemens, which are responsible for providing the equipment and systems for Ahmed Hamdy Tunnel 2.
Siemens and UDT alliance has been awarded a contract to supply operational control systems for the Ahmed Hamdy Tunnel 2, which runs underneath the Suez Canal. The agreement was signed in Cairo during a ceremony held by UDT, which is responsible for providing technology solutions for the project. The digital technology that will be provided by Siemens will ensure the safe and effective transport of vehicles through the tunnel.
This will take place via comprehensive control systems that maintain ventilation, traffic, communications, fire alarms, and linear heat detection, in addition to SCADA systems. These systems contribute to providing round-the-clock monitoring and analyzing data in real time to assess operating conditions and take decisions on necessary measures to improve traffic flow and enhance safety levels.
Our CEO Dr. Mohamed Sorour explained that this alliance possesses human resources that compete in their expertise, level, and experience. Put together, this stimulates the alliance to create a technical engineering entity to enter the Arab and African markets.