VANCOUVER—One year after its November 2011 IPO, high-definition surveillance solution provider Avigilon is enjoying a high profile, which CEO Alexander Fernandes said is aiding the company’s growth initiatives going into 2013.
VANCOUVER—Avigilon, a rapidly growing provider of high-definition surveillance products, announced this week that COO Andrew Martz will resign at the end of the year. The COO position will be divided into two new roles: EVP of product development and EVP of global operations.
PHILADELPHIA—Megapixel video provider Avigilon at the ASIS show announced the details of the newest version of its VMS, the ACC 5.0, and demonstrated its ability to respond to voice commands and body movements.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia—Avigilon executives expect the release, announced today, of the company's new PTZ camera to propel the video surveillance provider further into gaming and other major vertical markets.
YARMOUTH, Maine—A veteran Las Vegas security director has joined Avigilon to help the megapixel surveillance camera manufacturer increase its presence in the casino and gaming sector, said Keith Marett, Avigilon's director of marketing.