DTI wins surveillance job

15/04/2015 - 13:52

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Technology company DTI Group has won a contract with the Brisbane City Council to supply its surveillance systems to a fleet of buses for an undisclosed sum.

DTI Group managing director Richard Johnson.

Technology company DTI Group has won a contract with the Brisbane City Council to supply its surveillance systems to a fleet of buses for an undisclosed sum.

Under the terms of the deal, the Richard Johnson-led company will provide and install its surveillance technology on 60 buses in Brisbane by June 30.

DTI also has the option to provide its services to a further 65 buses before the end of June next year.

“DTI’s existing depot-based wireless infrastructure and comprehensive back-end CCTV management system will centralise and coordinate the bus CCTV data and allow video evidence to be recovered from buses through an automated ‘booking’ system,” the company said.

“Each bus will be equipped with DTI’s latest mobile digital recorder and eight high resolution colour cameras, plus wireless infrastructure and GPS-based vehicle location system.”

The contract builds on DTI’s previous work done for the Brisbane City Council over the past seven years, taking its installation base total to more than 700 systems.

DTI shares were 6.6 per cent higher at 40 cents per share at 1:50pm.

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