Iveda secures $1.7M contract for video system in Taiwan

Iveda has obtained a contract worth around $1.7 million with a Taiwanese government agency. Under the agreement, Iveda will supply networking equipment and interprocess communication (IPC) computers to 45 locations throughout Taiwan.

The project involves assisting the agency in establishing a video command, communication, and control system, says Iveda. The company will manage and oversee the completion of all sites as well, which is expected by the end of the year.

[Image courtesy: Iveda]

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