In The News – September 2022

In The News – September 2022

Smart Satellite Services tested for CCTV surveillance by market leader

In South Africa, security surveillance and CCTV solutions are critical to protecting business activities and premises. These CCTV solutions include on-site camera systems linked to central control room facilities for monitoring and incident response. Scheduled and unscheduled power outages (loadshedding) represent a serious challenge to the reliability of these 3G and LTE data links and are necessitating the search for an alternative, trusted option. Net-1/Lesaka is a leading provider of CCTV surveillance solutions for the financial sector. Net-1 had a challenge in that they urgently required a trusted data communication link for CCTV systems deployed at ATMs and other critical financial assets or locations.
Read more about how Twoobii Smart Satellite Services can assist in resolving this problem: Net1 tests smart satellite services for CCTV surveillance (

Reliable Connectivity at the Rugby World Cup 7’s with Twoobii

Twoobii provided satellite connectivity at the iconic Cape Town Stadium and Supporters Village at the Rugby World Cup 7’s held in September 2022 in South Africa. Satellite connectivity ensured that merchants could trade seamlessly at the event, which hosted 105 000 people. Twoobii assisted with reliable connectivity for 52 vendors with 375 point-of-sale devices, various ATMs and 112 Wi-Fi APs on-site. Read more about this exciting project here:

Team Spotlight: Bradley Fernandes achieves Engineering Qualification

This month we want to place the spotlight on one of our Service Engineers, Bradley Fernandes.
Bradley has recently completed his National Diploma in Electrical Engineering at Tshwane University of Technology and intends to further his studies. Bradley has been with Q-KON since May 2021 and the project he enjoyed most is a project for the IEC where 4 satellite sites had to be built and installed in rural parts of Kwa-Zulu Natal

Did You Know?

GEO Satellites seem to be still but they are moving! A Geostationary (GEO) satellite orbits Earth from west to east over the equator. It moves in the same direction and speed as Earth is spinning, therefore from Earth, these satellites don’t appear to be moving

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