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Qstodian agrees first overseas partnership


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State-of-the-art security solutions provider, Qstodian has agreed its first ever overseas partnership with NOVO Technologies.

Luis Coello from Qstodian and George Skouras from NOVO Technologies signed the deal in Qstodian’s Madrid offices, it will see the company’s proof of concepts implemented throughout Greece.

Speaking exclusively to International Security Journal, Luis Coello, VP International Sales at Qstodian said: “We are delighted to announce our first IoT partnership for the EU with NOVO Technologies.

“Today in Spain, 7,000 police officers use our unique android based IoT handheld technology to keep cities safe and smart. The implementation of facial recognition and license plate reading makes police agents more efficient in the way they perform and raise revenue through fines for infringements, even being able to take credit card payments locally and verify identification. We are looking to expand our footprint across Europe quickly throughout 2019.”

Qstodian offers three different solutions for the control and management of public safety and mobility. Qstodian Traffic is a comprehensive IT platform which manages the issuance of traffic fines right through to their collection.

Qstodian Citizen is an integral system for public safety, monitoring people and regulation both locally and nationally.

Qstodian Frontex is an intelligent control system for people, goods and vehicles travelling via land, sea and rail.

NOVO Technologies is a privately held company, strategically developing and investing in innovative and promising technologies in a diverse range of industries and domains.

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