Croma Security Solutions Group plc, the AIM listed total security services provider, has announced a contract win for the installation and maintenance of a leading-edge CCTV security system for a prestigious business park in Hampshire, UK.
The contract, which was formed in conjunction with the Hampshire Police Force is valued at £120,000. The win was secured by the Company’s Croma Security Systems division, which offers clients state of the art CCTV systems with the provision of analytics, thermal imaging, analogue, digital and hybrid systems along with monitoring capabilities.
This latest contract win, which under the terms of the contract the client cannot be named, follows on from contracts secured earlier in 2012 with the UK’s leading traffic management company Colas, to provide incident reporting, CCTV and early warning for impact protection vehicles and by ODEON Cinemas to provide for the design, supply and integration of the security systems for two new build cinemas – the ODEON Dorchester and ODEON Llanelli.
CSSG also carries a demonstrable track record in working alongside HM Police Forces, having deployed its FastVein biometric identification system to Dorset Police’s Special Events Control Centre over the course of the London 2012 Olympic Games, at which Dorset played host to the London 2012 Olympic sailing events at Weymouth. The application has also been used and adopted by 18 HM Prisons and Immigration Removal Centres over the last two years.
Commenting on the contract win, Sebastian Morley, Chairman of CSSG, said:
“Today’s contract win, in a highly competitive and fragmented CCTV security systems market, reaffirms the Board’s belief that the Company has some of the most advanced security technology in the country.
“We look forward to working closely with Hampshire Police and other forces around the UK, on safe guarding high value assets with leading technology applications.”