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MicroPower gets NCS4 approval

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07/15/2014

SAN DIEGO—Wireless video surveillance provider MicroPower Technologies, based here, announced July 8 that its solar, wireless surveillance system has achieved a positive evaluation by the National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4).

MicroPower offers integrators financing option

Tynan: Shift from a capital expenditure to an operating expenditure can speed installation, results for end users
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02/26/2014

SAN DIEGO—Wireless surveillance provider MicroPower is offering a new financing option designed to speed projects along and create RMR opportunities for integrators.

Antenna option for Helios surveillance now available

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12/30/2013

SAN DIEGO—Users can now add range-booster antennas to Helios surveillance systems, MicroPower Technologies has announced.

Tynan joins MicroPower Technologies

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Wednesday, December 4, 2013

As part of its growth strategy, MicroPower Technologies has another new executive: Dave Tynan, who joined the wireless surveillance provider—known for its low-power and solar solutions—as VP of global marketing and business development

Tynan is a familiar face in the security industry, having worked for Avigilon, GE Security and Verint.

When I spoke to Tynan, he said the recent additions to the MicroPower team are a reflection of the company’s “laser focus on end users” and showing them how MicroPower  can help them “gather indisputable forensic evidence … and reduce the cost of doing so.”

Tynan moved to San Diego and joked that after a just a few days in California he is talking the “green theme.” In addition to saving money, the solar and low-power requirements of MicroPower cameras means “not only can the technology be applied to proactive solutions that reduce crime, [it also] addresses the corporate call for sustainability [requiring] fewer resources for the security infrastructure, [reducing] carbon emission and … no back hoe for trenching.”

Among his initiatives are monthly Voice of the Customer  web conferences.

MicroPower introduces wireless, solar IR camera

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09/12/2013

SAN DIEGO—MicroPower Technologies’ Helios IR Camera, a solar, wireless surveillance camera featuring infrared illumination, is now available, MicroPower said in a Sept. 10 news release.

MicroPower gets $5.7m investment

Ultra-low power wireless surveillance provider goes after new vertical markets
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07/29/2013

SAN DIEGO—Wireless surveillance provider MicroPower Technologies announced today that it has a new $5.7 million round of equity financing, which it will use for R&D and to expand into more vertical markets.

MicroPower Technologies gets $6.5m from Motorola

Cameras are solar-powered and completely wireless
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01/11/2012

SCHAUMBURG, Ill. and SAN DIEGO—Jonathan Siann, founder and CEO of solar-powered, wireless surveillance provider MicroPower Technologies, says his company’s mission “is to change the economics of camera deployment,” and he now has $6.5 million in capital to achieve that goal.