LATEST state-of-the-art technology, including radars, computers and air-traffic control systems, has been installed at Macau airport by Siemens Hong Kong. 'We are proud to have participated in developing the infrastructure of Macau,' said managing director Wilhelm Gattinger. The Siemens' contract, which took three years to complete, was worth US$80 million and was part of a US$220-million contract awarded to the German airport specialist, which was part of a consortium with the Portuguese constructors, Soares da Costa. 'Siemens has been involved in developing about 80 airports around the world, including the Falklands Islands, Munich, Morocco and Mauritius,' The company has also won several contracts at Chek Lap Kok for electrical baggage handling, the telephone network and the world's largest ground power system. 'We are still bidding for more contracts at the new Hong Kong airport and looking for similar projects in the region to demonstrate our expertise and ability,' Mr Gattinger said.