Australia’s Omni Group has forged a 10- year exclusive contract with a Chinese-based partner Beijing Jeton Yangtze Technology to design and build a nationwide security and alarm system for China, Canberra Times said. The contract includes the design of security and alarm software, the provision of hardware, equipment and loan funds, and the training of Jeton staff.
The Chinese partner has installed 2,000 systems in Chengdu, Sichuan province, and is carrying out similar operations in Beijing and Dalian, Liaoning province. Its chief executive is a former director of China’s Ministry of Public Security. Jeton already has Chinese government support to roll out a national alarm response system for up to 200 Chinese cities and to create the first mainland national emergency call system. Clients include retailers, banks, military installations, airports, government buildings and wealthy individuals.