Prama Hikvision successfully organized the second leg of Hikvision Expo in Hyderabad (14 September), Bengaluru (17 September), Coimbatore (19 September) and Kochi (21 September). In this phase, the ‘Bravery Awards’ were presented to 20 policemen at Hyderabad (5 Policemen), Bengaluru (10 Policemen) and Kochi (5 Policemen) for their exemplary services.
Ashish P. Dhakan, MD and CEO, Prama Hikvision India Pvt. Ltd., said, “We are happy to honour the policemen in Hyderabad, Bengaluru and Kochi for their exemplary service by presenting the Bravery Awards. We are committed to our vision of making citizen’s security a top priority. The awards are a step forward in inspiring the police professionals to go beyond their call of duty and enable a secure environment for the citizens across the country. The Bravery Awards truly reiterate our vision of pursuing excellence in security technology implementation in India, and encourage us to further set higher standards in security and surveillance industry through breakthrough solutions.”
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