The surveillance systems will be installed on 58 Comeng trains in Melbourne.

DTI wins $6m Melbourne contract

Monday, 27 August, 2018 - 15:28

Local tech company DTI Group has secured a $5.9 million contract to supply a CCTV surveillance and passenger information system on a fleet of trains in Melbourne.

Under the contract with Metro Trains Melbourne, DTI will supply and install surveillance and passenger information systems on 58 Comeng trains.

Deliveries are expected to commence in June 2019 and will be delivered over an 18-month period.

DTI said each train will feature twelve high definition cameras, driver display units, front displays and PA amplifiers, among other things.

“The award of these options is a strong endorsement of DTI’s retrofit capability as well as its ability to deliver into complex rail projects,” the company said.

“This win is a further validation of the investment made by DTI in developing leading technology in transit surveillance and passenger information systems.”

Shares in DTI jumped 9.72 per cent to 7.9 cents each today.