SEE Telecom participates in a major project in Sweden


SEE Telecom is one of Europe's leading providers of innovative fibre optic and radio frequency solutions, and is now embarking on a major project in Sweden.

Founded in 1972, SEE Telecom has its headquarters in Baulers (near Nivelles) and has 75 employees, including engineers, technicians and workers.

Initially focused on the audiovisual cable distribution sector, the company first expanded its activities to include streaming. More recently, it has added to its offer by specialising in the supply of radio connections in confined environments such as tunnels, drilling platforms and subways.

It is its unique mastery of this cutting-edge technology that prompted Sweden to call on the Belgian company for the new section of the European motorway (E4) that will bypass Stockholm.

SEE Telecom will provide engineering, system design and management software for FM and DBA band broadcasting and public security networks. All the designed systems will be able to adapt to future advances in geolocation or the development of 5G, for example.

According to the Swedes, the Stockholm bypass will be one of the longest tunnels in the world and will be used by more than 100,000 vehicles per day.

It is a technological feat that will have a Walloon flavour thanks to the involvement of SEE Telecom.