Dahua and Scanview agree on strategic partnership

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Zhejiang Dahua Technology Co., Ltd. has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Denmark’s top parking and traffic solutions provider Scanview Systems, who have smoothly delivered the Copenhagen Airport and Billund Airport car parking projects upon close and successful cooperation with Dahua Technology.

Scanview Systems is a leading technical concept solution provider featuring unique products, consulting, design and installation. It delivers customised services for license plate video analysis, registration for parking and traffic systems, and various types of LED info boards. Its customers include municipalities, Copenhagen Airports, Billund Airport, and APCOA, ranging from government to private companies.

Through the agreement, Scanview Systems will be involved in the early development and testing stages of specific Dahua new products, and both companies will keep a close position in technological communication. In the meantime, business co-operations are expected to be more frequent between the two sides, where Dahua will leverage Scanview system’s unique insights to fine tune its product portfolio, and Scanview systems will also better utilise Dahua’s product solutions to expand its business in Nordic and EU markets.
Mr. Zhang Xinming highly commented on the partnership: “I believe the partnership between Dahua Technology and Scanview Systems will be a win-win choice. Dahua technology will continuously input resources to expand our ability to give better, faster, and much more effective service in Denmark. Also, our R&D team will optimise allocation of resources to provide Denmark with great innovation of products and technology, to offer more advanced and competitive solution.”

“We at Scanview Systems are very proud and honoured to have signed this Strategic Agreement with Dahua Technology. I think we are the perfect match where we Scanview Systems are coming with all the fantastic ideas and Dahua can make all the ideas real and make things happen.” Said Mr. Dan Blirup