In A First Global Foray, Indian Defence Tech Startup CRON Systems Partners With Bangladesh Major GETCO


YourNest Venture Capital investee, CRON Systems- an Internet of Things-based border security startup today announced its first global foray by entering into a partnership with Bangladesh-based GETCO group, one of the oldest engineering consultancy and services companies to provide technology for perimeter security along the sensitive Bangladesh borders. GETCO will provide marketing and channel support for some of the breakthrough perimeter security products of CRON systems that are already being successfully deployed by Indian paramilitary forces.

Through this partnership, CRON systems would be able to market and showcase its world-class perimeter surveillance products across all stakeholders including Bangladesh government, border security forces and other decision makers. CRON Systems is already providing border surveillance systems to Indian paramilitary forces in areas like Jammu & Kashmir and being tested in other sensitive border areas and also planning to target markets across Africa and Asia to build a truly Indian-grown defence technology startup. CRON systems products can be customized according to the end user requirements after immense ground trials and experience with the team, which allows them to focus on solving the problem on any global border. GETCO which is one of the oldest and largest business conglomerates in Bangladesh will support CRON Systems in marketing and after-sales services for its products. Post the success of its products in India, CRON systems is targeting huge opportunities along the sensitive and long Bangladesh border where its products highly complements the geographical and ecological terrain that is similar to India. With proven capabilities and customized product offerings, CRON Systems is looking to make inroads in scaling up its operations across the globe with focus on countries with highly sensitive border that can use CRON Systems technology to safeguard their borders with minimum resource deployment. Read More…

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