Perth-based surveilance company DTI Group has been awarded a contract by Alstom India to support the Sydney Metro Southwest rail project.
DTI Group said it was expecting more than $11 million of revenue to be derived from the contract over the next 18 months.
The company will design, manufacture and supply a public address, CCTV and information system for the rail project.
The contract covers the equipment, software and project support associated with the delivery of the initial 23 six-car base option to be delivered within the next 18 months, and the option of an additional 14 six-car extension.
In November, DTI Group won a $1.7 million contract for the Xtrapolis Hearing Aid Loop Upgrade project with Metro Trains Melbourne and a two-year contract for CCTV on Brisbane City Council 's buses with an annual value of $690,000.
DTI Group develops and provides surveillance, video analytics, and passenger information systems technology and services to the transit industry worldwide.
Shares in the company were up 50 per cent at 1pm AWST, at 3 cents each.