The transaction consists in the acquisition of the entire share package by Direct One S.A. All legal steps are to be followed for the transaction completion, pending the approval of the Competition Council.Read more
UTI continues to invest in research and development projects that will improve our country gates security: the Black Sea, borders and airports, giving the fact that the EU countries are facing nowadays multiple and more diverse threats: immigration, terrorist attacks.Read more
The 25 years of UTI mark a period of continuous development, in which the company has expanded its areas of expertise and diversified its skills. We started with physical security and IT solutions and continued to develop solutions that complement these fields. Over the past few years, we have focused on a portfolio of solutions dedicated to improving communities life and developing smart cities. UTIs history is about the evolution of technology that brings added value to the community and contributes to a safer and better world.
UTI's first 25 years can be seen as a succession of milestones that have changed the lives of communities, from the implementation of the first public security system in Romania, to the first adaptive traffic management system, the first automatic fare collection system, the first emergency management center, urban regeneration projects or solutions for a cleaner environment. UTI's solutions responded to the communities needs and transformed the city in which we live.
Following the powerful earthquake that hit Nepal in April and May of this year, UTI has joined the initiative launched by the humanitarian association, the Red Cross Romania, contributing with financial support to people affected by disaster.
The two earthquakes having a magnitude of 7.8 and 7.3 on the Richter scale, that occurred on April 25th and May 12 this year, almost entirely destroyed the capital of Nepal, Kathmandu and neighbouring towns, causing numerous victims and property damage. The calamity balance, as shown by the Red Cross report, at almost three months after the event, is tragic: 17.950 people injured, 8633 people dead, 543,034 houses destroyed and 310,194 damaged severely.Read more
UTI gets involved in the construction works for the redevelopment of the tourist promenade in Mamaia, Constanta County, in partnership with two local construction companies. The total value of the project worth approximately 10 million Euros, financed by European Founds and it will be completed in 11 months.
The redevelopment project targets the area between Mamaia Holiday Village and Bicaz Hotel and consists in the rehabilitation, restoration and extension of the walkways, street furniture, public lighting, water supply network, bicycle tracks, green spaces and parking lots.
Within the contract, UTI will execute the architectural street lighting project designed to reduce energy consumption.
The redevelopment project of Mamaia aims to enhance the esthetical values of the greatest Romanian seaside resort in order to increase the tourist potential of the area.
UTI Group has an extensive experience in urban infrastructure rehabilitation, having accomplished similar projects in Botașani, Vaslui, Craiova and Alexandria.