From February 1, 2016 onwards, two of Sweden's most prominent system integrators with specialisation in integrated systems, digital imaging, intelligent video, intrusion alarms and access control systems will coordinate their operations.
You have previously been able to read news about the upcoming installation of the radar system at Jordfallsbron. Together with Swarco, ISG has now completed installation and functional testing in the prevailing traffic environment with extremely successful results.
Jordfallsbron is a 700-metre long, openable road bridge across the Göta River, Bergslagsbanan and the E45 between Hisingen and Bohus. As of this summer, a rotating radar from ISG will be installed in close proximity to the bridge.
During the last part of 2014, it became clear that ISG is the company that is going to provide the winning bids when Trafikverket placed its two framework agreements for fixed, mobile and thermal cameras out to tender.
Hjulstabron, located on the trunk road 55 between Enköping and Strängnäs, is currently (2014) Sweden's biggest swing bridge with a span range of 87 metres.
We would like to welcome Carl Nilsson to ISG Systems AB. Carl has extensive experience from numerous projects in the field of road traffic safety in Sweden and will be an excellent addition to our other members of staff in Gothenburg.
Each year, tons of metal powder from Höganäs AB are produced and distributed to industries and business operations all over the world. The metal powder has many uses, for example, from the manufacture of metal objects to the cleaning of emissions from industries. ISG has been entrusted to upgrade and supplement the operational monitoring system at "Svampverket" as it is called at Höganäs AB, in the city of Höganäs itself.
At the moment a reinvestment in the camera systems for the road bridges belonging to Södertäljebroarna is underway.
Visit ISG in booth 375 at the Euro Mine Expo in Skellefteå 10-12th of June this summer. The exhibition is an important meeting point for both swedish and international mining industries.
In the Northern Link project ISG has now passed an important milestone. The system, using images from the camera system detects traffic incidents such as stopped vehicles, oppositely traffic and pedestrians in the tunnel has been tested in its final version with very good results.
Since mid-February Mikael Skålberg has been working as a project manager primarily in the areas of business that fall under the process and automation segment, but whose skills and experience will be of great benefit in all business areas throughout the company.
Nicklas Österbom is now fortifying the company's commissioning and service work which includes, for example, ISG's customised camera and detection systems. Nicklas comes from Höganäs but will, from time to time, have the whole world as his workplace, depending on where his work takes him.
The Northern Link will open for traffic during the winter of 2014 and now extensive work is taking place to complete the final parts in the project.
Sweden needs more young people who want to and are prepared to undertake further education in the engineering profession after they have completed upper-secondary school. Last autumn, ISG was asked whether it could offer a traineeship via Tekniksprånget and it was a matter of course to say yes. For a period of 4 months this spring, a trainee will be working full time and will receive supervision and be responsible for his/her own subprojects under ISG's guidance.
ISG launches one of its new system concepts, "Mobile DIVA" for example for the recycling, waste and the mobile crushing industries. Among other things, the crushing company Bröderna Johansson has now improved video surveillance of feeders and crushers with increased capacity. The company has also reduced the number of downtimes which in turn leads to reduced wear and better process utilisation.
Earlier this spring, at a border control and in an area where many cars pass each day, ISG was given the assignment to upgrade the existing intercom system with new customised functions together with an integrated two-way communication system. Because the existing system did not support the desired integration, the choice to replace this fell to a new practical and useful GE 800 Intercom system from Commend and Motorola’s Mototrbo two-way communication system.
We have always worked closely with our customers. Our work is focused and streamlined in order to best satisfy our customers’ needs for advanced camera solutions that fall within the scope of our business areas. The quality assurance activities carried on at the company are summarised in a manual of operations which describes how we let quality permeate every little aspect of our business operations. Regardless of whether this is the first time you come in contact with us, or if we already have a long-term relationship, the work we do is always of equal importance.
During the autumn, the workforce has been strengthened in the areas project management and business management.
ISG's video systems is playing a vital role for ABB Crane Systems’ harbour cranes.
The Swedish Traffic Administration always focuses on the safety of road users in traffic tunnels in Sweden. ISG is currently working on supplying emergency phones for a powerful and comprehensive phone system in the Northern Link.