CIMA+ is fully committed to new technologies engineering. We have assembled a team of telecommunications, Intelligent Transportation System (ITS), telecommunications structure, and facility security experts to apply our standards of excellence in this field.
CIMA+ has set up an experienced telecommunications team to program terminals, plan cover networks, confirm radio coverage quality in the field, and engineer micro-wave relays and fibre optic links. Our experts prepare blueprints, conduct economic studies, and carry out technology watches.
CIMA+ provides transportation and access network, cellular and wireless technology, and telecommunications structure services. Our specialists develop physical and logical architecture; conduct coverage, range, and sizing studies; and provide detailed engineering and design.
CIMA+ contributes to increased safety on Quebec’s road network. We provide highly specialized ITS services. Our experts propose cutting-edge solutions that are highly adapted to our clients’ and partners’ needs.
CIMA+ is recognized for its expertise in access control system design, video surveillance, control room layout, as well as audio and video information and data storage technology.
CIMA+ telecommunications and site layout specialists implement new telecommunication sites, design new relay towers, modify and update existing relay towers, design antenna attachment systems, and produce civil and electric infrastructure plans throughout Quebec and Ontario.
CIMA+ has a new technologies workplace safety program that includes training on fall prevention, tower rescues, and working at heights. This program, combined with a rigorous methodology, allows our inspectors to work efficiently year-round on structures of any type.
CIMA+ provides services to prestigious clients including major telecommunications providers (Videotron, Bell Mobility, Rogers, Télé-Québec, Telus, and Cogeco), and other elite organizations such as Hydro-Québec, the Quebec Ministry of Transportation, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation, the Direction générale des réseaux de telecommunications (DGRT) and some of the biggest municipalities.