We help you define your priorities, set-up management and control procedures and provide systems to cover your needs.

Our multidisciplinary teams of experts allow us to face your project by applying modern PM methods (AGILE ) in a pragmatic way.

We manage your project in compliance with the standards and rules of art in place (specific t o the application, security, programming, compatibility...).

During the last 50 years we gathered experience in many various fields:

- smart mobility,

- road infrastructure management,

- telecommunications,

- Building management

- Automation and SCADA system for various applications

 

Your satisfaction is our motivation. Our customers can testify to this!

In carrying out your project, we are committed to long-term maintenance guarantees !

Some case studies & testimonials

ABBA for AWV

Macq developed a complete Remote Surveillance and Operation solution for the Agency for Roads and Traffic in Flanders (AWV)

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Brussels' Mobility Center

The MOBIRIS mobility center aims to optimise traffic fluidity and guarantee safety on the major roads of the Belgian capital. MOBIRIS operates 24 hours a day and is equipped with screens which broadcast information sent from Macq systems distributed throughout the road network. Operators can thereby react efficiently to each alert transmitted and maintain maximum safety across the network.
 

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UZA: Antwerp University Hospital

Each year, the Antwerp University Hospital counts for a total of 25,000 members of staff for more than 500,000 patients.

The UZA entrusted Macq with its centralised tehnical management for which Macq has developed a system comprising one server connected to three controllers. The system manages the control of 1,200 entrances and 600 exits.

In 2012, Macq started to work on an existing system. It was designed in 1991 (based on existing technology). The system was adapted systematically (without discontinuing services) with integration of the following techniques: web, databases, integration of camera images, computer redundancy, reporting, map display.

The system is still under development.

Eurovision manages its television broadcasts via the DreamsII-SAT server


Eurovision is an international organization responsible within the EBU (European Broadcasting Union) for coordinating television programme exchanges between member countries; its head office is located in Geneva. Grouping together both radio and television broadcasters, it counts for a total of 71 active members in 52 European countries, North Africa and the Middle East and 45 associated members in 28 other countries.  It fulfils two types of missions: representation and standardisation role, provides various technical means. In order to fulfil this second mission, Eurovision owns satellite transmission and reception equipment that it can lend to any member looking to acquire trans-European links; the images broadcasted are transmitted in the MPEG2 digital format. In order to configure and remotely control the transmission and reception channels, Eurovision has software for controlling this equipment from a single supplier alone. Looking to free itself from this supplier’s monopoly while widely developing the functions of this software, Eurovision asked Macq Electronique to create a new version known as DREAMSII-SAT.
This DREAMSII-SAT software controls a large amount of equipment (encoders, decoders, receivers, converters, modulators, IRD, etc.) from different suppliers.
Upon request by the EBU, Macq Electronique also provided the servers, sent the machines to the different members and assisted the latter with commissioning operations. The equipment was selected and produced in direct collaboration with the customer and taking into account the specific properties of each site.
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Technical management of the Leopold II tunnel in Brussels

Along its 2.6 km, the Leopold II tunnel is entry point to Brussels for more than 80,000 vehicles a day.
In order to ensure the safety of commuters, Bruxelles Mobilité is renovating the entire structure as part of a PPS project to equip it with the latest technology. There are now more than 10 Macq PLC’s that constantly regulate lighting, ventilation and grant rainwater management to offer drivers a maximum of comfort. In addition to these automation functions, Macq provides a brand new supervision to the operators in charge of operating the tunnel through more than several hundred cameras. This SCADA system, designed in an ergonomic and intuitive way, allows operators to make the right decisions by monitoring traffic in real time.
The project will also allow efficient interfacing with our Smart Mobility solutions such as our smart cameras, providing Brussels Mobility with vehicle counting, travel time calculation, oversized vehicle management and detection of prohibited vehicles.

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Asterix Amusement Park (France)

For many years, the Asterix adventure park (near Paris) has trusted Macq for the technical management of the entire site (attractions / hotels).

With more than 2 million visitors per year, this park is one of the jewels of France.
Supervision integrating the latest developments is coupled with the latest generation of PLCs.

The managers appreciate the modularity of the proposed solution, the compliance with industrial standards and the reliability of the equipment.

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ABBA (Remote Surveillance and Operation) - Client: Agency for Roads and Traffic in Flanders (AWV)

Central technical management system of the various activities managed by AWV: waterway engineering structures, Zone 30 (schools), pumping stations, access control, intersection controllers, weigh in motion stations (WIM), interval measurements on highways, travel time measurements on highways, variable message signs management, tunnel management, public lighting, ...

In 2012, Macq started to work on an existing system. It was designed in 1991 (based on existing technology). The system was adapted systematically (without discontinuing services) with integration of the following techniques: web, databases, integration of camera images, computer redundancy, reporting, map display.

The system is still under development.


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