U.S. Air Force bases, nuclear power stations employ security systems from Electronic Control Security

CLIFTON, N.J., 23 Aug. 2010. Electronic Control Security Inc. (ECSI) has received orders totaling $1.1 million for security upgrades at several U.S. Air Force bases and nuclear power stations to meet updated force protection and NRC requirements. In addition, proposals have been submitted for other U.S. Air Force base and nuclear power station upgrades scheduled for fiscal 2011 and 2012.

Aug 23rd, 2010

Posted byCourtney E. Howard

CLIFTON, N.J., 23 Aug. 2010. Electronic Control Security Inc. (ECSI) has received orders totaling $1.1 million for security upgrades at several U.S. Air Force bases and nuclear power stations to meet updated force protection and NRC requirements. In addition, proposals have been submitted for other U.S. Air Force base and nuclear power station upgrades scheduled for fiscal 2011 and 2012.

“These security upgrades have been in the planning stage since 2008 following the terror attacks against our domestic assets in 2001. All branches of government, including nuclear facilities, are upgrading and hardening our facilities at an accelerated pace. The NRC has always been one step ahead of potential terrorist threats, and the Department of Defense has increased its efforts in hardening its facilities as well," says Arthur Barchenko, president and CEO of ECSI. "Our business is about assisting in the development of security solutions to prevent infiltration of high-value assets and to guard against potential terrorist penetration. We are very proud to be part of this on-going security and anti-terrorism process to help protect the nation's sensitive and high-visibility sites."

These security upgrades include the design and installation of multi-layer security systems, including ECSI's Infrared Perimeter Intrusion Detection (IPID) system, Fiber Optic Intelligence Detection System (FOIDS), Intelligent Video Motion Detection (IVMD), and infrared pan-tilt-zoom camera technology.

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