The Richard Johnson-led technology company DTI Group has won contracts to supply its video surveillance systems to new transit buses in the US and France for an undisclosed amount.
Perth-based DTI Group said it received an order for 60 surveillance systems for the first tranche of new transit buses being procured for the San Francisco Municipal Transport Authority.
SFMTA, which operates more than 800 buses, 150 light vehicles, 30 street cars and 40 cable cars, plans to acquire up to 424 heavy-duty transit buses over the next five years.
DTI Group also received an order for 66 surveillance systems from SMT Artois-Gohelle, the operator of buses in northern France.
“DTI’s surveillance solution includes its GPS-based vehicle location system, wireless data communications infrastructure, and its fleet management software suite,” the company said in a statement.