SHENZHEN CITY, China , Oct. 19 /Xinhua-PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- China Public Security Technology, Inc., (OTC Bulletin Board: CPBY) (" China Public Security" or "the Company"), a leading provider of public security information technology and Geographic Information Systems ("GIS") software services, today announced that its exclusive contracting partner, Shenzhen (iASPEC) Software Engineering Company Limited ("iASPEC"), has been granted a "2007 Business Partner Award" at the 2007 China Conference of the Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) .
iASPEC is the exclusive strategic partner of China Public Security, which has independently conducted many GIS projects, including the Public Security Department's GIS system of Guangdong Province, the Public Security Bureau's GIS systems of Shenzhen City, as well as the Public Security Bureau's GIS projects of Zhuhai City, Shantou City and FoShan City. Currently, some of the technological index of iASPEC's Police Geographic Information System platform has been successfully entered in the standard candidate list of the National Public Security Police GIS system and has the chance to be adopted as standard to be promoted to the whole country in future.
ESRI's business partner program is comprised of more than 2,000 developers, consultants, resellers, and data providers that feed a network of more than 80 international distributors to meet the needs of customers in over 200 countries. ESRI strives to provide fully integrated solutions for its customers through partnership arrangements with other suppliers of applicable GIS software. To better promote GIS development globally, ESRI grants the best global partnership awards to its partners every year at its annual global show delegation. iASPEC was one of only two Chinese companies granted this honor at ESRI's 2007 China Conference held in October, 2007.
"We are very pleased that our exclusive strategic partner, iASPEC, had the honor of receiving this title," said Mr. Jiang Huai Lin , China Public Security's CEO. "We believe that this award demonstrates our solid technological leadership in the GIS field in China , and also increases our visibility among customers," commented Mr. Lin .
About China Public Security Technology, Inc.
Through its wholly-owned Chinese subsidiary, CPST is focused on the development and implementation of large scale, high-tech public security and Geographic Information System (GIS) related projects. The Company provides a broad portfolio of fully integrated solutions and services, including public security information technology (First Responder Coordination Platform, Intelligent Border Control and Intelligent Security Surveillance), Geographic Information System (Police-use GIS and Civil-use GIS), and e-Government Platform services, software sales and maintenance.
Through its exclusive contractual arrangment with Shenzhen iASPEC Software Engineering Company Limited (iASPEC), CPST has the licenses to 16 registered and copyrighted software applications in China , and acts as iASPEC's exclusive subcontractor to all its customers. To learn more about the Company, please visit the corporate website at http://www.chinacpby.com .
Founded in 1969, ESRI has been developing GIS solutions that are emerging as an integral component in nearly every type of business and government service. Headquartered in Redlands, California, ESRI has offices throughout the United States . ESRI has a business partner program with more than 2,000 developers, consultants, resellers, and data providers, and has a network of more than 80 international distributors supplying customers in more than 200 countries. Each year, ESRI invests nearly 20 percent of its revenues in research and development and continues to set industry standards by developing software solutions using the latest programming and Internet technologies. The combination of vision, business management, and a focus on customers has made ESRI the leader of the GIS software industry. Additional information on ESRI is available on the company's website http://www.esri.com/index.html .
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