Perth-based security integrator DTI Group has won an $A11 Million contract with Alstom India for the design manufacture and supply of a public address, CCTV and information system PACIS for the Sydney Metro Southwest rail project.

The contract covers equipment, software and project support associated with the delivery of the initial 23 x 6 car base option to be delivered in the next 18 months, and the option of an additional 14 x 6 car extension. The expected revenue to be derived over the next 18 months from the contract is around $A11 million.

Sydney Metro Southwest is the first driverless metro line and will be served by 22 Alstom 6-coach trains, which are fully automated and include LED lighting, emergency intercoms, CCTV cameras, etc. These metro trains were assembled in Andhra Pradesh’s Sri City, which is also known as Satyavedu Reserve Infracity, situated in Chittoor district.

Tenderer Alstom India is the Indian subsidiary of a France-based multinational company – Alstom SA and recently delivered the last of the 22 Metropolis trains for Sydney Metro Southwest.

DTI provides sophisticated surveillance systems, solutions and services to the mobile security industry worldwide. DTI’s clients are transit agencies, transit operators, freight operators, law enforcement authorities and taxi organisations which utilise a range of professional products and services that encompass on-board recording equipment, fleet management systems, back-end mass storage and retrieval facilities and end-to-end managed services.