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January 13, 2020

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Middle East partnership for Sunstone Systems and DETASAD

Sunstone and DETASAD have announced they have entered into a strategic partnership, combining Sunstone Technologies with DETASAD’s strategy-led enterprise delivery and technology services, as an end-to-end ICT solution provider.


About Sunstone Systems

Sunstone has developed patent-pending and solar-powered technologies that provide surveillance, wireless networks and satellite communications to some of the most remote locations in the world.

Sunstone-DETASAD-20The Solar CCTV System (SICS) is designed to be a robust, rapid deployment surveillance system powered entirely by solar. It can deliver HD CCTV and telecommunications in remote and hostile locations and is specifically designed to operate in extreme environments, and functions in temperatures ranging from -50°C to +80°C. Fabricated from 316L stainless steel, it incorporates an advanced control and battery system and provides real time monitoring via HD video streams to almost any location in the world via wireless, cellular and satellite networks, says the company.

Sunstone’s technologies have been deployed in oilfields in Kazakhstan and on the Strategic Road Network with Highways England, as examples of their varied usage.

The business aims to work with range of manufacturers in the security sector to integrate their technologies into its systems and work closely with strategic partners to deliver ground-breaking solutions to significant challenges, using clean energy.


Partnership with DETASAD

The Sunstone-DETASAD partnership is said to bring together innovative, clean technologies which are deployed in tandem with DETASAD engineering and telecommunications services, providing remote surveillance and internet connectivity across highways, defence, transport and construction sectors in the Middle East.

“This partnership is a powerful combination, together we can provide remote wireless networks anywhere in the region,” said Paul Schelhaas, CEO of Sunstone Systems. “Our systems are quick to deploy, can withstand incredibly high temperatures and generate significant amounts of power for WIFI and surveillance cameras. DETASAD are at the cutting edge of innovation and telecommunications services in the region and we believe our partnership will be truly transformative for a range of sectors and customers across the Middle East.”

DETASAD President & CEO Felix Wass commented: ‘’We are excited about this partnership with Sunstone, a visionary in reliable, grid independent, rapid deployment wireless and CCTV solutions. Pre-integrated solutions with VSAT backhauling, Wi-Fi and 5G platforms combined with advanced AI based analytics and IOT enablers give our customers the flexibility to react to business needs. From the initial deployment, the business is provided with a 24/7 guaranteed SLA and online access to all operational data in a highly secure environment with all data complying with the local data sovereignty laws. This flexibility extends to commercial models including purchase as well as short- and long term rent.”

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