Tuesday, December 20, 2011

News: New global contracts for S3 ID


Rotherham company, S3 ID, the UK's market-leading provider of innovative location awareness solutions, has secured new contracts in Norway and Australia.

The Eastwood firm, which also has regional offices in Norway and Singapore, has developed a range of specialist hardware and software products that provide real-time personnel location awareness, mustering and access control. They are used in working environments where a major incident would be catastrophic such as oil, gas and petrochemical plants.

S3 ID will supply its technologies to the Statoil Gudrun Personnel Tracking System (PTS) Project via Siemens Norway.

Statoil will use the technology to keep track of personnel working in the Gudrun field, a gas and oil field in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea that is estimated to contain 70 million barrels of oil and 1.7 trillion cubic feet of gas.

The company is already using the technology in the Statfjord field.

Doug Woodbridge, head of Sales and Marketing at S3 ID, said: "We are delighted to have secured the contract to supply our PTS technologies to Gudrun.

"Our long track record with Statoil meant that we have an excellent understanding of their requirements on this latest project."

S3 ID has also recently supplied 25 of their eLock locking systems for the Australian Gorgon Project via their Perth-based partner, Western Advance.

Gorgon is one of the world's largest natural gas projects and the largest single resource natural gas project in Australia's history.

A recent development from S3 ID, the eLock system is an electronically controlled door locking solution that is the first high security product to meet ATEX Zone 1 Hazardous Area requirements. It is designed to protect high risk areas from specialist high-security attacks.

Doug Woodbridge, said: "Our unique eSecurity products provide a comprehensive range of security solutions for ATEX Zone 1 Hazardous Area. These products complement to our existing eMustering and eLocation ranges, and I am sure our eLock's will provide the ideal door security solution for the Gorgon project."

S3 ID website

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