Sicura Systems has announced it has undergone a management buyout in conjunction with Access Control Technology (ACT), the Dublin based manufacturer of access control products. This follows the demise of Sicura Systems’s parent company, Vital Services Group.
Founded in 2005, Sicura Systems has developed a niche reputation for supplying mission critical security systems to an impressive portfolio of customers, including Formula 1, Network Rail, tunnel operators, and more. Furthermore, the launch of its own hardware and software products, including network video recorder VIQUEST and the DIGI range of software, has seen the company establish a global network of distribution partners.
The recent success story of McLaren and driver Lewis Hamilton at the Circuit of The Americas (COTA) inaugural Formula 1 GP in Austin Texas, has been facilitated by advanced Race Management Control (RMC) software designed and installed by British company, Sicura Systems Ltd. Following on from the successful implementation of a Sicura Systems solution earlier…Read More
Sicura Systems are supplying a fully fault-tolerant, integrated command and control solution to the £260m New Tyne Crossing Project. Video surveillance at the River Tyne tunnel complex is managed by software developed by Sicura Systems. This includes DigiSCADA which offers resilient monitoring and control of all connected devices and systems, and DigiLive workstations which provide…Read More