View Systems' Product Partner, Belcom, Announces Security Product Interest from Yemen
View Systems, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: VSYM), a security and teledata solutions provider, announced today that the company's leading authorized international dealer and business partner, Belcom, is in negotiations with Dr. Naseeb Qirbi to launch a marketing initiative that would call for the delivery of approximately 100 plus ViewScan systems by the 2010 year end.
The government of Yemen is seeking to secure the premises of each of their embassies around the world. Upon finalization of the agreement, Belcom will place an order to View to fulfill the requisition for 100 or more ViewScan units that would then be placed in each of the Yemenite embassies, and in some high-traffic office buildings.
ViewScan is fast becoming the choice screening system, both domestically and internationally. It's a computer-based system that can scan up to 1200 people per hour. As a person passes through the portal, a photograph is taken and stored on the laptop computer that comes with the unit. Threat objects are visually located on the computer screen and an audible alert can be set to sound. The ViewScan produces no harmful emissions so it's safe for everyone.
Belcom is an exclusive international dealer and business partner of View Systems. Belcom, a subsidiary of the Belhasa Group of Companies, represents View Systems' products in the Middle East, Africa & Asia regions. (Source: www.belcom.ae). ViewScan units are currently placed in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, UAE, India and Pakistan.
Gautham Belthur, General Manager of Belcom, states, "The government of Yemen is not only interested in the ViewScan; they are also interested in View's other products, including but not limited to the MMV and Mini."
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