Geosatis signs Lithuania and welcomes Laurent Dassault as a new shareholder

Geosatis signs Lithuania and welcomes Laurent Dassault as a new shareholder

Geosatis has signed an important contract with a major European country, Lithuania. The Swiss high-tech company based in Le Noirmont in the Canton of Jura has also announced the arrival of Laurent Dassault, one of the leading French industrialists, in its capital.

16.08.2016 – Geosatis is arousing worldwide interest. The Swiss high-tech company based in Le Noirmont that develops and produces innovative electronic monitoring bracelets has signed an important contract with Lithuania and has announced the arrival of Laurent Dassault, one of the leading French industrialists, in its capital. The question of the management of prisoners on parole is more topical than ever with the widespread overloading of prisons and the importance of the prevention of recidivism and radicalisation in the prison environment.

The electronic bracelet developed by Geosatis is stronger than the current models and has the advantage that it can be located in real time and contains an intelligent monitoring system. “With our solution, all activities, travel and principal movements can be recorded. Immediate alerts are triggered if the software recognises a suspicious situation or a risky change of behaviour”, explains José Demetrio, the co-founder and managing director of Geosatis.

South Africa has already opted for the Swiss electronic bracelet system. In addition, Geosatis advanced recently to the final of the Prix Strategiswhich rewards the most innovative companies in Switzerland. The company reckons that the neutrality of its country of origin is a powerful argument in convincing future customers of the confidentiality and security of the data exchanged.

In the coming months, discussions with other European countries as well as North and South America will be initiated. The first reactions suggest that many countries will use this opportunity to find a real solution to their security issues. Geosatis is currently ending an investment round to further accelerate its international growth.

Source: Startupticker