Global technology group Jenoptik has secured orders from two clients in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region to deliver hundreds of speed enforcement systems.

The systems will be delivered to Algeria’s ministry of interior and local government and to an undisclosed client in the Middle East over the next two years.

The total value of the orders is in the low double-digit million euro range, according to the firm.

Jenoptik president and CEO Stefan Traeger said: “Both orders are another significant indicator of the increasing demand for traffic safety in emerging countries.

“Our traffic enforcement technology has been successfully deployed in several MENA projects and we look forward to continuing the cooperation with our local partners.”

“Our traffic enforcement technology has been successfully deployed in several MENA projects and we look forward to continuing the cooperation with our local partners.”

Jenoptik secured the orders following a technical trial with several other international competitors.

The company will start supplying 600 of its radar-based TraffiStar measurement systems and 300 TraffiTower 2.0 units in the final quarter of this year. Sorry, there are no polls available at the moment.

Jenoptik will also update its current back-office processing software to the latest functionality.

Under the second contract, Jenoptik will begin delivery of 144 radar-based TempoCam systems for mobile speed monitoring systems to Algeria in the fourth quarter of this year.

The contract also includes the delivery of software for the evaluation of traffic violations.

Jenoptik’s subsidiary in Algeria will provide warranty, maintenance and repair services.

The company has been active in the Middle East for many years. In March, it received a traffic safety order from Qatar.