DTI Group will complete its contract for DTI’s advanced bus surveillance systems with the Brisbane City Council by providing and installing systems on 66 buses before the end of June 2016.

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 the buses through an on-line automated CCTV booking system providing ongoing benefits through the easy management of equipment, video retrieval and video storage. Each bus will be equipped with DTI's latest mobile digital recorder (MDR-5L) and 8 high resolution colour cameras plus wireless infrastructure and GPS-based vehicle location system.

This contract further builds on DTI's ongoing supply to the Brisbane City Council over the past 8 years. Brisbane City Council has 1200 buses of which over 960 have been fitted with DTI surveillance systems. Systems are also supplied under separate orders for new buses being manufactured for the Council.

“We are once again pleased that the Brisbane City Council continues to expand the number of DTI systems on their buses both with retrofits and with new buses,” said Richard Johnson, managing director of DTI. “BCC is an important customer and its ongoing support is appreciated.”

DTI provides advanced mobile surveillance systems, solutions and services to a global client list that includes transit agencies, transit operators, freight operators, law enforcement authorities and taxi organisations. The ASX-listed company turned over $A105 million in its last reported financial year.♦