Company Profile

SEPA has been operating in the electronic equipment sector since 1976.

SEPA’s primary business involves the design and manufacture of electronic control and monitoring systems for the following applications:

·  Public Address

·  Security

·  Environmental monitoring

·  Aerospace

With respect to the public address systems, SEPA designs and implements audio and video information systems for use onboard trains, trams, buses and underground services.

These systems are designed to provide:

·  Audio warnings and announcements

·  Video warnings and announcements via LED displays

·  Route and stop information, commercial advertising, warnings and announcements via LCD displays

·  Background music

·  Seat entertainment

Under the security systems business SEPA provides:

·  Video surveillance equipment for use on-board public transport systems.

This equipment is capable of performing:

-  Real time video surveillance of boarding areas and aisles using internal cameras

-  Real time video surveillance of the boarding process via external cameras

-  Recording of images on Hard Disk, in encrypted format, in accordance with laws protecting individual privacy

·  Integrated system for alarms and video surveillance equipment.

This system is designed for companies with nationwide networks of offices, branches and agencies (i.e. public sector agencies, banks, insurance companies). SEPA’s integrated system controls and manages, from a single operating room, all the video surveillance, security, access control, technological and fire systems located in the peripheral sites.

·  Satellite monitoring system for terrain and civil infrastructure.

The “Satellite Monitoring System for terrain and civil infrastructure” is SEPA’s solution for cost effective applications targeting the real time monitoring and diagnosis of ground deformation; for instance landslides and subsidence, or infrastructure deformations effecting buildings, bridges, viaducts and dams, or even both simultaneously

With respect to environmental monitoring systems, SEPA produces:

·  Air quality monitoring systems.

These systems, installed at thermoelectric power plants, can process data on the emission of polluting gases and format the results according to the appropriate emissions laws.

·  Radioactivity detection systems.

These systems rely on scintillation detectors and, when installed at principal entry points into a country, allow real time detection of any residual radioactivity in goods in transit.

In the Aerospace area, SEPA produces devices to measure and generate the time and frequency signals to control satellite positioning systems.