Electoral Services International, Magor Corp. MediaMiser among firms doing deals.
Electoral Services International has been hired to register voters and clean up the voters’ roll in the Solomon Islands using electronic biometric voter registration software. The project will help centralize data, establish backup systems, provide voters with instant secure voter ID cards and assist with the matching and verification of biometric data using fingerprints and facial recognition, the Ottawa company said. Contract details were not released.
Magor Corp. (TSX-V: MCC) announced it has landed a follow-on order worth $124,000 with a government agency through its Middle East partner, Info Tech International. Under the agreement, Ottawa-based Magor, which offers visual collaboration solutions, will deliver 32 all-in-one executive units across the region. Magor expects maintenance and licencing fees from the deal will be worth about $20,000 annually.
Keymerging Technologies of Kenya has purchased ING Robotic Aviation’s Responder rotary wing unmanned aerial vehicle systems for use in East Africa. The robotic aircraft will be used for aerial surveillance with electro-optical and infrared cameras to provide imagery and monitoring support, Ottawa-based ING Robotic said. The company is also providing training. The equipment will be delivered later this month. Terms of the deal were not released.
MediaMiser, a media monitoring and analysis service, said the City of Ottawa has selected it to scan local, regional and national media for news about the municipality. Ottawa-based MediaMiser will monitor print, online, broadcast and social media channels in real time and deliver customized daily media briefings to the mayor, city council and key stakeholders, as well as perform periodic media analysis. No contract details were released.
Solace Systems said Chicago-based boutique trading house Akuna Capital has chosen the Ottawa company as the data distribution layer for Akuna’s global high-speed trading system. No contact values were released.