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Mobeni Integrated Systems is expanding its success formula.

Anyone who has been through the international airports of South Africa has come into contact with Mobeni Integrated Systems (MIS). You may not know it, but this company has been responsible for installing the surveillance infrastructure at these airports over the past few years, including the overhaul before the 2010 Soccer World Cup.

The company used the latest in IP-based systems from DVTel to deliver the image quality and enhanced analytics its customers required. The systems implemented were also integrated with access control and people counting technologies to provide a secure and controlled environment at the airports.

MIS has also developed a queue management system, QSentinel to monitor the numerous high-volume, high-density queues so often found in airports. Key to the development of this solution is its accuracy and reliability, crucial in an airport scenario.

Integrated solutions

MIS is skilled in more than surveillance however. The company is able to integrate a variety of access control technologies into its solutions, ensuring effective coverage of the entire location. SAFLEC, HID and DVTel are some of the brands MIS uses to supply physical and logical access solutions that are integrated with its surveillance solutions. Mobeni has chosen the Integrated Security Management (ISM) software as its partner for the centralised management of all subsystems. This has proven to be an invaluable component in the management and co-ordination of alarms within the entire security system.

As any people involved in surveillance will understand, a knowledge of IP also requires communications and storage skills to handle digital information. MIS has the IT skills required to support security installations effectively. In fact, it currently supports over 800 terabytes of information, 95 servers and 50 RAID systems across the country.

MIS has attained Gold certification from suppliers such as Dell to ensure its staff are able to deliver the quality hardware services required. It has also inked relationships with suppliers such as Microsoft and Nexsan to sustain these standards.

Setting up a security infrastructure is only one part of the challenge in large installations. The design and efficiency of the control room is also of paramount importance to a successful and secure implementation. MIS custom designed control rooms for clients, integrating the core security components into one nerve centre. Each design is tailor-made to the customer’s requirements to ensure it delivers optimal results.

Solutions beyond airports

MIS is involved in projects from design to maintenance, and currently has an office at OR Tambo airport in Johannesburg as well as personnel on the ground at all the other international airports in the country. In addition, it also supports a number of commercial customers and is in the process of expanding its corporate business across the country.

Founded in 2002, MIS is a BEE integrator, boasting 75% black ownership, with a track record of success in South Africa. The company develops its skills base continually to ensure it is able to deliver beyond customer expectations, while focusing on building long-term relationships that deliver win-win scenarios for all involved.

For more information contact Mobeni Integrated Systems, +27 (0)11 390 3846, Krish Deokali +27 (0)82 651 6802 or [email protected]


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