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 south east Asian country will also transfer technological information systems, supply state-of-the-art equipment and send Korean experts to El Salvador to train members of the country's police force," reports an article on Elsalavdor.com.

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El Salvador to Tender Video Surveillance System

January 2017

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.

Although the initiative of the mayoral office has been criticized by some sectors, Mayor Najib Bukele stated that the bidding process will be transparent and will be supervised by the Attorney General.

Surveillance System Tender for $2 million

September 2012

The Ministry of Education in Panama is putting out a tender for video surveillance and anti intrusion systems for thirty-eight schools.

The tender is for the supply, installation and configuration of video surveillance and anti intrusion systems for thirty-eight schools of the Ministry of Education throughout the country.

Panama: Tender for Surveillance System

February 2015

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 city's mayor, Jose Isabel Blandon told Prensa.com that "... The project could be around $2 million, however, the tender has yet to be held to determine the final cost. "

Electronic Monitoring Services in Panama

February 2013

The sector has incorporated the latest technology and has prospered thanks to the country's business growth and demand for residential services.

Security companies in Panama have become a thriving business, currently generating over $12 million a year.

"Security monitoring in the banking sector is one of the most important and lucrative types of work for these companies.

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