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.


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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