Adesta LLC picks up Systems Integrator of the Year honors

SDM Magazine honors the Omaha, Neb.-based integrator and project-management company for its work engineering, designing, installing, and servicing security systems.

12/01/2008


Adesta LLC —a systems integrator and project management company for communication networks and electronic security systems—has been named Systems Integrator of the Year by SDM Magazine .

The SDM Systems Integrator of the Year is chosen from a select group of commercial integrators that derive more than half their revenue from the engineering, design, installation, and/or service of access control, video surveillance, and/or electronic integrated security systems. In 2007, the company’s total revenue was $78 million, with $53 million comprising security systems.

Adesta provides intrusion detection, access control, closed-circuit TV, video analytics, physical security, command and control centers, situation management, perimeter security including fencing and barricades, radar, sonar, and counter-terrorism measures, along with integrated communication networks and infrastructure to support them.





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