Diyar Al Muharraq deploys Hybrid Energy Transmission solutions
Bahrain in the north-eastern tip of the Kingdom of Bahrain. Designed as a modern urban space and lying against a pristine coastline, Diyar Al Muharraq embraces the water and land elements with a breath taking combination of an exclusive and stylish 21st-century lifestyle built around interconnecting waterways, public beaches, parks and promenades.
It offers a promising investment opportunity in an emerging commercial hub for a range of industries such as retail malls, five-star hotels and logistics centres.
Rich Past. Bright Future
Diyar Al Muharraq is an ambitious private sector undertaking spread over 12 square kilometres, offering an unprecedented community-based lifestyle opportunity for all. With access to high-quality amenities – from renowned international restaurants to all-inclusive retail centres – and refined metropolitan vibes, further enhanced with green spaces and picturesque views, Diyar Al Muharraq provides an extraordinary new residential centre (heartland?) within the Kingdom of Bahrain. Diyar Al Muharraq represents a unique opportunity to develop your own innovative commercial venture, or to secure the lifestyle of your dreams; combining the latest international trends with the best of Bahrain. Invest your vision and energy in a project that will become the new template for Bahrain’s future communities. With a rich past that dates back five millenniums to the Dilmun era, Muharraq is renowned for its warm hospitality and welcoming people. Muharraq has always been at the centre of the trade, political, social, and tourism scene in Bahrain. The pearling industry of Bahrain, which goes back centuries, has its roots in Muharraq.
As construction on the site evolves over the next 18-24 months, the management team wanted remote access and live images of the site at the security gate. With the help of Thermal Imaging Cameras from Mobotix and wireless radios from Wavesight mounted on 12 M poles_ live feed is being captured and transmitted to the security gate. The cameras and radios consuming up to 30 watts per hour are being powered by the solar panels with lens surface technology vertically mounted on the poles. Lithium ion phosphate batteries and an intelligent battery management system power the equipment 24/7. Lastly with the help of a smart controller and a web box _ contained within the solar jackets – remote access to the system has been made possible reducing the cost and time associated with the maintenance
Delta Security located in Manama Bahrain was responsible for the execution of the project with help from engineers from Wavesight and SEDI GMBH. The installation across the site was completed in 10 days.