Public utility New e-immigration system for vehicles


The Macau SAR Government has signed a MOP26.69 million contract with internet-based solutions provider NEC Hong Kong Limited, Macau Branch, for the provision of an “Automotive Electronic Control System,” according to a dispatch published yesterday in the Official Gazette. The automotive control system relates to vehicle entries and exits through the MSAR’s borders.
The total amount will be paid in three installments, with MOP12 million disbursed in the first year of 2017, MOP13.34 million in 2018, and MOP1.34 million in 2019, the last year of the contract.
NEC Hong Kong Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary of NEC Corporation, a Japanese tech company specializing in networking and electronic devices solutions.
The company has been awarded several contracts for the provision of e-services in the Macau SAR, including a biometrics-based Automated Passenger Clearance System (APC System) and ID and passport scanners for the Macau Public Security Forces Bureau, and a contract from Macau Electric (CEM), S.A. for the implementation of the Rapid Ring Protection Protocol (RRPP) IT data network infrastructure.

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