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Vidiwave Enters Agreement With Sabre Rail in Australasia

Vidiwave announces today that it has formed a strategic partnership with Sabre Rail for specialist rail solutions in Australia and New Zealand.

Sabre Rail had been seeking a technology partner in the Australasia region to enable its new sales force to offer nextimage002 generation CCTV products to complement its existing product and service portfolio. Vidiwave’s cutting edge condition monitoring, alerting and mobile CCTV technologies complement Sabre Rail’s existing rail systems business as it will enable them to identify repair and maintenance issues in real time.

In a competitive marketplace, Sabre Rail is renowned for its rapid turnaround repair and maintenance service. It will now be offering new Vidiwave clients in the region the same rapid turnaround and installation service for new and retrofit projects.

Furthermore, as an added value service, Sabre Rail will deliver additional condition monitoring and fleet management services as part of an overall solution to the rail indvidiwavelogoustry. At the top end of this portfolio of services, Sabre Rail will also offer its Australian clients remotely managed high definition rail CCTV solutions supplied by Vidiwave, including centralised and cloud remote management of CCTV infrastructure.

David Grattan, MD of Vidiwave, said “Sabre Rail is an experienced rail systems specialist and we are delighted to have such an experienced partner working with us in the Australasia region. Sabre Rail’s experience in rail project management is a perfect fit for Vidiwave.”

Stephen Thompson, MD of Sabre Rail, said “Sabre Rail have been seeking a technology solution such as that offered by Vidiwave for a while. The technology provided by Vidiwave adds a new dimension the services we can offer our clients.”

Sabre Rail is a leading rail component specialist, boasting over 25 years experience supplying components and refurbishment services for customers across the globe.

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