LD Africa joined forces with Jimi IoT

Issue 9 2020 IT infrastructure

LD Africa is now an approved distributor of Jimi IoT security solutions. Jimi Software (Jimi IoT) is located in the Baoan district in Shenzhen, China. As a wireless communications solution provider, it manufactures security solutions such as body-worn cameras, PTT walkie-talkies over GSM and specialised CCTV cameras.


The company also produces smart home products, smart GPS navigation devices, smart rear-view mirror DVRs and GPS tracking solutions.

Every day, 6 million devices are tracked with Jimi’s Tracksolid platform, a back-end software solution that has seen more than 12 million total connected devices.

LD Africa has added the Jimi range to its current product collection. This collaboration provides ground-breaking opportunities in the physical security market.


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