El Salvador: $2 Million for Security Systems
The South Korean government is to provide economic support for the implementation of digital security devices.
Friday, August 13, 2010
The project comprises the installation of a security system with closed-circuit television surveillance camaras to monitor areas worst affected by crime.
The mayoral office of San Salvador has announced it will be investing $15 million in the installation of a video surveillance system to complement the 500 cameras already operating in the capital.
The Ministry of Education in Panama is putting out a tender for video surveillance and anti intrusion systems for thirty-eight schools.
The Mayor of Panama is planning to put out to tender this year the purchase of 100 surveillance cameras to be used in the capital and a security monitoring center.
The sector has incorporated the latest technology and has prospered thanks to the country's business growth and demand for residential services.
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