Knokke-Heist beach pavilion & Tein Technology

When mesmerizing architecture meets state-of-the-art camera surveillance


The recently opened Knokke-Heist beach pavilion is truly one-of-a-kind. This striking piece of architecture, home to the municipality’s lifeguard team, is a genuine landmark on the Belgian coast.

The eye-catching colourful structure, located right on the beach with beautiful views of the city’s coastline, needed to be integrated into the local police force’s camera surveillance network to prevent potential vandalism and monitor its surroundings for security reasons.

Intelligent camera surveillance

As Tein Technology is the Knokke police department’s go-to partner for camera surveillance solutions, we were asked to develop and install the necessary camera systems and link them to the control room. Here, all footage can be viewed and recorded for policing purposes.

For privacy and legal reasons, the footage cannot be accessed on location but solely in the central control room by authorized police personnel.

Focus on monitoring the surroundings

To ensure full coverage of the inside and surrounding area of the beach pavilion, Tein Technology advised the installation of:


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Upgrade and extension of camera surveillance system Brussels North Police Department

Putting Tein Technology’s expertise to work in our own back yard

The latest stage in the longstanding partnership between the Brussels North Police Department and Tein Technology – which started in 2011 – has been the complete renewal of the current video management system, together with the addition of several new camera locations and the connection of the current video surveillance system with the interior cameras in the police department buildings.

Maximal cooperation with other departments

After the Brussels Capital Region offered all the municipalities the possibility to opt-in on one general system, the Brussels North Police Department chose to continue with its own infrastructure. However, to guarantee optimal cooperation, the system required certain technical and digital adaptations.

Since Tein Technology has installed the entire camera surveillance network on the territory, our teams know the ins and outs of the system like the back of their hand.

In partnership with Cegelec Infra

The Tein Technology experts ensured that the video feed of the entire network can easily be exchanged with other police departments in the Brussels region. The infrastructure was upgraded and renewed, together with Cegelec Infra Technics that took all infrastructural works in hand. Tein Technology realized the entire configuration and installation of the management system itself.

In total, the camera management system now combines the feeds of over 150 exterior cameras and the same number of interior cameras.

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New Perex Centre 4.0 : Tein Technology futureproofs Inland Waterways management

On Friday 26 April, the Perex Centre inaugurated its new and improved facilities in Daussoulx, becoming a major actor of national infrastructure. Wallon Minister of Mobility and Transport Carlo Di Antonio, the SOFICO and the Public Service of Wallonia (SPW) were in attendance for this landmark occasion.

Smart Inland Waterways management

The SPW turned to Tein Technology to carry out the first installation and technological overhaul of the facilities, and we happily delivered.

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A technological leap for greater capabilities

The Perex Centre is well-known in the Wallon institutional landscape for its role in centralizing and providing traffic updates to road users. The initial building, opened in 1999, was in need of an upgrade and expansion.


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Tein Technology improves the DIAMONIS updating process for Rijkswaterstaat

The DIAMONIS system of Rijkswaterstaat in the Netherlands is an AIS system to automatically identify ships, both inland and on the North Sea. These vessels send their signals through a transponder with VHF link, which is received by base stations across the country.

Upgrading the entire production environment

All of this information is centralized in two data centres for further processing. The two data centres hold the details of all ships present inland and on the North Sea at any given time.

With the comprehensive upgrade of the production environment, the AIS system was due for renewal too. The current production environment will now be set up as an acceptance system, while a third system will be used for testing in the future.

Less downtime, more reliability

Tein Technology completed the entire project, including a full renewal of all software and hardware and the migration of the current base stations and DIS services into the new production environment, thus improving the system’s availability and reliability.


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