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Police vehicle upgrade

Digital Barriers reports its TVI surveillance product has been selected by one of the largest police services in the Asia Pacific region, for a multi-year vehicle upgrade. Digital Barriers says that it succeeded against competition from several electronics companies in a technical evaluation. Although this will only result in revenues of about £0.1m this financial year, the firm expects TVI sales with the same customer from next financial year.

TVI offers streaming real-time live video across limited or constrained bandwidths, including cellular, satellite and IP radio networks. This offers customers the makers say cost savings given its use of available bandwidth. TVI has already been sold into more than 30 countries, to defence and security users and cellular and satellite communication companies.

Zak Doffman, Chief Executive Officer of Digital Barriers said: “Digital Barriers’ TVI technology continues to secure flagship customers around the world. Today’s announcement demonstrates further traction for the adoption of TVI, with sales earlier this year into law enforcement agencies in the US, Asia Pacific, Mainland Europe and the Middle East. With this latest customer win, we beat strong competition from some of Asia’s leading multinational electronics firms, which is obviously a very strong validation of the differentiation of the technology.”


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