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Unisys to conduct feasibility study for HK Police’s control systems

Zafar Anjum | Dec. 5, 2012
The study aims to review and make recommendations for potential improvements on system architecture, system functionality and the maintenance support service.

The Hong Kong Police Force has selected Unisys Hong Kong to conduct a feasibility and technical study on its Third Generation Command and Control System (CCIII), announced the IT company on 4 December.

This study will focus on the Third Generation Computer Assisted Command and Control System and 999 Emergency Telephone System, the company said in a statement.

According to Unisys, it will work with Hong Kong Police over 11 months to identify leading trends in technology and law enforcement in order to develop a blueprint for the new CCIII. 

The study aims to review and make recommendations for potential improvements on system architecture, system functionality and the maintenance support service.

"We look forward to drawing on our global experience and expertise to identify ways to turn disruptive technology trends to the Hong Kong Police Force's advantage," said Reuben Khoo, managing partner, Unisys Asia Pacific

The project will also leverage on Unisys' strong understanding of technology used in law enforcement and emergency services as well as experience providing similar consultation to public sector organisations.

 

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