FDF to extend camera surveillance system
The Finnish Ministry of Defence (MoD) has opted to extend the Finnish Defence Forces’ (FDF's) centralised camera surveillance system, the MoD announced on 24 May.
The FDF Logistics Command has been authorised to conclude a contract with Caverion Suomi to extend the surveillance system for 2019-2021.
The procurement is valued at about €12 million.
The contract covers all equipment to be connected to the system and related services, such as design and installation services.
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