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Qatari firm wins India traffic surveillance deal

Doha, May 24, 2014

Qatar-based Consolidated Gulf Company said its Indian subsidiary has won a major contract to supply and install hitech traffic surveillance solutions in the south Indian city of Bengaluru.

As per the deal, CGC Converse Technologies, will provide these solutions which would be linked to a centralised traffic management centre covering all the major hubs in the metro, reported the Peninsula.

The surveillance solution implemented by CGC will help Bangalore Traffic Department in real-time traffic monitoring which in turn will aid in safeguarding the general public by allowing authorities to deploy emergency response units more efficiently and effectively, the report added.

CGC general manager Nitin Ghuliani said: "As part of our international expansion initiative, we are thrilled to have won this key project in the Silicon Valley of India."

CCTV surveillance solutions are a major part of the CGC 's wide spread technology offerings portfolio in the security & safety business vertical, he added.

CGC is a leading technology solutions provider with proven capabilities, expertise and proficiency, which is fully outfitted to meet the expanding requirements of the security industry in the Middle East and abroad.

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