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MicroPower gets NCS4 approval

July 15, 2014SSN Staff

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). NCS4 officials evaluate a variety of solutions to determine how specific technologies can help solve security issues, such as crowd monitoring, tailgating issues and event management, in and around facilities that host spectator sports. The MicroPower...

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MicroPower offers integrators financing option

February 26, 2014Martha Entwistle

SAN DIEGO—Wireless surveillance provider MicroPower is offering a new financing option designed to speed projects along and create RMR opportunities for integrators.For a limited time, MicroPower will offer financing for the installation and product cost of its Helios surveillance system.The financing can work in a number of different ways, according to Dave Tynan, MicroPower VP of global marketing and sales. “The end user can finance through us and we pay the integrator, or they can...

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Antenna option for Helios surveillance now available

December 30, 2013SSN Staff

SAN DIEGO—Users can now add range-booster antennas to Helios surveillance systems, MicroPower Technologies has announced. With the antenna, the outdoor surveillance cameras can send video as far as two miles. The range-booster antenna increases signal sensitivity 16 times, extending the distance between the hub and hub antenna as much as 200 feet and allowing the hub antenna to be placed farther from the hub platform with minimal loss of signal, according to the release. With the new antenna,...

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Tynan joins MicroPower Technologies

December 4, 2013Martha Entwistle

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...

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MicroPower introduces wireless, solar IR camera

September 12, 2013SSN Staff

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. “This addition to the MicroPower suite of surveillance solutions extends the use of the technology to more environments, especially those challenged by low light levels,” Aaron Tankersley, CEO of MicroPower Technologies, said in a prepared statement. “With the IR camera, the MicroPower Helios...

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MicroPower gets $5.7m investment

July 29, 2013Martha Entwistle

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.“A number of [undisclosed] existing investors, contributed to this round of funding,” Aaron Tankersley, MicroPower Technologies CEO, told Security Systems News. He added, “This funding round shows the commitment of MicroPower and its investors to this industry.”MicroPower...

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MicroPower Technologies gets $6.5m from Motorola

January 11, 2012Martha Entwistle

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.“When we say wireless, we mean wireless,” Siann told Security Systems News. “There is zero cabling.”San Diego-based MicroPower will use the new funding for “promotion, marketing...

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