Somapa has Two Major Streams of Business

National Security Systems

National Security Systems focus on the protection of a country’s border. Somapa has more than 18 years’ experience in designing, implementing and running border protection systems by land, sea and air.

Today, the ever rapidly increasing ease with which people travel between countries and the increase in international terrorism has caused their governments to more securely protect their borders.

Somapa’s experience in this important area of National Security and Border Protection means that it can and has, developed products and services such as:

●  Border Control and Management System
●  Auto-Gate Immigration System
●  Advance Passenger Information System
●  Advance Passenger Processing System
●  Passenger Risk Profiling System

Intelligent Transport Systems

Somapa and its associated company Kollakorn Corporation Limited of Australia, are innovators in the area of vehicle tracking systems. Using a unique Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) system and tag, they can provide Governments with the ability to securely control vehicle movements and to efficiently record and collect road taxes.

Advance Passenger Processing

“APP allows Immigration, Customs and other border control agencies such as National Security Agencies and the Police to make National security decisions about travellers before they arrive, depart or transit though a Country”

The following are the worldwide directives that affect the reporting and monitoring of air passengers

International Civil Aviation Organisation
(”ICAO”) annex 9 Recommended Practice 3.47, Standard 3.47.1
recommends adoption of Advance Passenger information as part of risk
management approach towards passenger clearance.

ASIA PACIFIC ECONOMIC COOPERATION
Leaders endorsed API as a Pathfinder Initiative in 2002 led
by Business Mobility Group (BMG). The BMG introduced trial of APEC Regional
Movement Alert System (RMAS) in 2005.

UN Security Council (”UNSC”)
Resolution 2178 (29 April 2014) and Resolution 2309 (2016)
called for all members to implement API to detect the departure of
suspected terrorists from their territories, or attempted entry
into or transit through their territories.

What is an Advance Passenger Processing System (APPS)?

What are the Benefits for Government?

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●  Immigration officers have more time
to check all information about travellers

●  Somapa can develop additional
systems that compare APP data with
information provided by existing
internal systems

●  APPS does pre-screening of Travellers
and finds people who are prohibited
from entering the country or are on
a watch lists

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●  Customs officers have more time before a flight arrives to determine which people are the “at-risk” Travellers

●  Customs Department is able to use the information from APP to generate a watch list of “at-risk” individuals

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●  Allows other agencies to access information to enhance the work of their own agencies (ie police, tourism authority, etc)

What are the Benefits for
Airports, Airlines and Travellers?

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●  Airport Authorities receive real-time data for immediate risk analysis at passenger check-in

●  Data received contains more details than is currently available from the traveller manifest

●  Statistical data can be used for planing and managing of resources at check-in counter

●  APP increases the efficiency and the effectiveness of airport security

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●  APPS information reduces potential terrorist attacks

●  If a Traveller is not allowed in country, knowing this before they board an aircraft can save Airlines the cost of repatriating them

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●  Reduces time spent going through immigration and customs channels for bona fides travellers

●  Increases safety and confidence of the travelling public on aircraft and at airports

Intelligent Transport Systems

“Intelligent Transport Systems and technology increase the efficiency and effectiveness of transportation around cities, on a National level and at a country’s border”

ITS, has been proven to increase safety on the roads in Thailand and to save lives. Somapa’s ITS business has grown, as Somapa has developed and implemented many projects as shown below:
●  Red light Violation System
●  Real-Time Traffic Monitoring System
●  Bus Tracking and Scheduling Management System
●  Electronic Vehicle Registration System
●  Vehicle Access Control
●  Hazardous Truck Tracking System

The formation of the Asian Economic Community (AEC) in 2015, is providing a strong catalyst for Somapa to use its unique ITS experience and technologies.

Because of Thailand’s unique location at the center of the AEC community, Thailand will set the new standards for the monitoring and management of transport throughout the AEC.


Kollakorn Corporation Limited

“Kollakorn is a technology company whose core philosophy is the development of technologies for asset identification and security”

“Kollakorn Corporation Limited (”Kollakorn”) is an Australian listed company traded on the Australian Stock Exchange. Kollakorn is a major partner of Somapa which owns approximately 9% of the listed shares in Kollakorn and is the major shareholder. In turn, Kollakorn owns approximately 26% of Kollakorn Co., Ltd (a subsidiary company of Somapa).

Kollakorn’s primary product is a secure tamper evident RFID tag that can be used in applications for all types of assets for security and identification purposes and guarantees that if operating, the tag has not been tampered with.

The major activity of Kollakorn is the implementation of its tamper evident RFID tag technology throughout Asia Pacific. The RFID tag is used in Electronic Vehicle Registration (”EVR”) and Automatic Vehicle Identification (”AVI”) and provides one platform for many applications such as vehicle registration, speed monitoring, free flow and congestion tolling, parking, fleet management, border security, access control and e-commerce.

+ National Security Systems

Advance Passenger Processing

“APP allows Immigration, Customs and other border control agencies such as National Security Agencies and the Police to make National security decisions about travellers before they arrive, depart or transit though a Country”

The following are the worldwide directives that affect the reporting and monitoring of air passengers

International Civil Aviation Organisation
(”ICAO”) annex 9 Recommended Practice 3.47, Standard 3.47.1
recommends adoption of Advance Passenger information as part of risk
management approach towards passenger clearance.

ASIA PACIFIC ECONOMIC COOPERATION
Leaders endorsed API as a Pathfinder Initiative in 2002 led
by Business Mobility Group (BMG). The BMG introduced trial of APEC Regional
Movement Alert System (RMAS) in 2005.

UN Security Council (”UNSC”)
Resolution 2178 (29 April 2014) and Resolution 2309 (2016)
called for all members to implement API to detect the departure of
suspected terrorists from their territories, or attempted entry
into or transit through their territories.

What is an Advance Passenger Processing System (APPS)?

What are the Benefits for Government?

gov_1

●  Immigration officers have more time
to check all information about travellers

●  Somapa can develop additional
systems that compare APP data with
information provided by existing
internal systems

●  APPS does pre-screening of Travellers
and finds people who are prohibited
from entering the country or are on
a watch lists

gov_2

●  Customs officers have more time before a flight arrives to determine which people are the “at-risk” Travellers

●  Customs Department is able to use the information from APP to generate a watch list of “at-risk” individuals

gov_3

●  Allows other agencies to access information to enhance the work of their own agencies (ie police, tourism authority, etc)

What are the Benefits for
Airports, Airlines and Travellers?

travel_1

●  Airport Authorities receive real-time data for immediate risk analysis at passenger check-in

●  Data received contains more details than is currently available from the traveller manifest

●  Statistical data can be used for planing and managing of resources at check-in counter

●  APP increases the efficiency and the effectiveness of airport security

travel_2

●  APPS information reduces potential terrorist attacks

●  If a Traveller is not allowed in country, knowing this before they board an aircraft can save Airlines the cost of repatriating them

travel_3

●  Reduces time spent going through immigration and customs channels for bona fides travellers

●  Increases safety and confidence of the travelling public on aircraft and at airports

+ Intelligent Transport Systems

Intelligent Transport Systems

“Intelligent Transport Systems and technology increase the efficiency and effectiveness of transportation around cities, on a National level and at a country’s border”

ITS, has been proven to increase safety on the roads in Thailand and to save lives. Somapa’s ITS business has grown, as Somapa has developed and implemented many projects as shown below:
●  Red light Violation System
●  Real-Time Traffic Monitoring System
●  Bus Tracking and Scheduling Management System
●  Electronic Vehicle Registration System
●  Vehicle Access Control
●  Hazardous Truck Tracking System

The formation of the Asian Economic Community (AEC) in 2015, is providing a strong catalyst for Somapa to use its unique ITS experience and technologies.

Because of Thailand’s unique location at the center of the AEC community, Thailand will set the new standards for the monitoring and management of transport throughout the AEC.


Kollakorn Corporation Limited

“Kollakorn is a technology company whose core philosophy is the development of technologies for asset identification and security”

“Kollakorn Corporation Limited (”Kollakorn”) is an Australian listed company traded on the Australian Stock Exchange. Kollakorn is a major partner of Somapa which owns approximately 9% of the listed shares in Kollakorn and is the major shareholder. In turn, Kollakorn owns approximately 26% of Kollakorn Co., Ltd (a subsidiary company of Somapa).

Kollakorn’s primary product is a secure tamper evident RFID tag that can be used in applications for all types of assets for security and identification purposes and guarantees that if operating, the tag has not been tampered with.

The major activity of Kollakorn is the implementation of its tamper evident RFID tag technology throughout Asia Pacific. The RFID tag is used in Electronic Vehicle Registration (”EVR”) and Automatic Vehicle Identification (”AVI”) and provides one platform for many applications such as vehicle registration, speed monitoring, free flow and congestion tolling, parking, fleet management, border security, access control and e-commerce.