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AISG goes after energy vertical

AISG goes after energy vertical

American Integrated Security Group, a mid-sized integrator with big plans for growth, is at a tradeshow this week called Intersolar North America showing off its remote monitoring services and other tech it has to offer the energy and solar industries.

The show starts today and runs through Thursday at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.

Founded by Honeywell vet Levy Acs in 2007, IASG did about $18 m in revenues last year and Acs told me in March that he had $27 million in the pipeline for this 2013. His goal is to grow the business to a $50- to $100 million business. Here's a story I wrote about the company in March.

In that interview, Acs talked about the solar power market being a major vertical focus for AISG. The company is also working to break into a different energy vertical—nuclear power plants. Specifically, AISG aims to protect nuclear facilities that are owned by those same solar energy companies.

A company statement noted that solar facilities are “typically located in isolated geographic areas with little or no ambient light sources, solar farms are highly vulnerable to vandalism, theft and terrorism.” IASG already does a fair amount of work with solar power companies. The company statement said it “secures 2 out of every 3 MW of power generated through solar in North America.”

In a prepared statement, Acs said: "The security solutions we design for utility scale solar sites [IP video/intrusion systems with remote video monitoring] provide a high level of security and allow users to gather both operational and critical security data, customize how data is received, and make informed decisions based on the information gathered from these systems.”

Stay tuned for an interview I did with Acs for ssnTVnews at ISC West, where he talks about the expansion, expected to be “all organic growth—no acquisitions.” I'll be posting the video this week.


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