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SSN Staff  - 
Sunday, February 1, 2004

NSCA offers integrator courses

LAS VEGAS—Thanks to a recent partnership with the PSA Security Network, systems integrators can take advantage of a new Security / Life Safety product pavilion and educational track at the 2004 NSCA Systems Integration Expo March 19-21.

The Security / Life Safety pavilion is expected to cover more than 15,000 square feet of the Las Vegas Convention Center and will showcase more than 80 of the most recognizable names in the security product market.

The educational track, sponsored by PSA Security Network, includes programs titled “Security integration – Is it the right road for your business,” and “Smart card technology and biometrics 101.”

Speakers include Nadim Sawaya, Sandy Jones, Bob Wimmer and Paul Boucherle.
Gensis Security hits 2003 sales targets

GEORGETOWN, Md.—Genesis Security Systems, a systems integration firm that launched a little more than a year and half ago, reported it finished 2003 50 percent above goal.

Though year-end numbers were not released, Alan Kruglak said when the company launched that it planned to do $2 million in its first year of business.

The firm, founded by brothers Alan and Glenn Kruglak was started in 2002. So far Genesis Security reports doing work for the likes of SAIC, Gannett Corp., Holy Cross Hospital, Sallie Mae and Adventist Healthcare.
Michigan airport job goes to Johnson Controls

MILWAUKEE—Johnson Controls has contracted with another airport to provide an integrated security systems and network upgrade.

The Gerald R. Ford International Airport in Grand Rapids, Mich., awarded a $2.6 million contract to install a card access system for 2,200 employees and an advanced CCTV system with digital recording.

The Gerald R. Ford International Airport is Michigan’s second busiest airport and the nation’s 87th busiest airport. The project is expected to be completed in October of this year.