EXTON, Pa. -- WPCS International Incorporated (WPCS), a leader in wireless infrastructure services and specialty communication systems, has announced that it has recently been awarded a variety of new projects totaling $1.2 million for wireless infrastructure services and specialty communication systems.
Included in the contracts awarded to WPCS are projects to be completed for the City of Wheatland, California and the Monmouth Ocean Hospital Service Corporation. Also, projects are to be completed for Princeton University, the Borough of Eatontown, New Jersey, New Jersey Department of Transportation and the Carteret New Jersey Police Department.
In addition to these contracts, the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) has chosen WPCS, through their Clayborn Contracting subsidiary, to install a closed circuit television camera (CCTV) system on business route 80 to allow for traffic monitoring and flow control in this highly congested area.
Chuck Madenford, President of the WPCS/Clayborn Contracting subsidiary, commented: "The new camera system will help Caltrans ensure that traffic flows as efficiently and safely as possible. It will be used by Caltrans as another productivity tool in their sophisticated traffic management system throughout the State of California. This specialty communication system deployment is another example of the diversity in the services offered by WPCS."
WPCS International Incorporated is an engineering company that focuses on the implementation requirements of wireless technology and specialty communication systems. The company provides a range of services including site design, product integration, security, structured cabling, construction and project management. The company has an extensive customer base that includes many major corporations, government entities and educational institutions. For more information, visit www.wpcs.com.