Vision Security Technologies, a regional security systems integrator headquartered in Birmingham, Ala., joined Security-Net, a global provider of security integration services, as its eighteenth member.

Vision Security Technologies provides Security-Net with valuable geographical coverage and a strong marketing presence in Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee. Founded in 2000 by president and chief executive officer Barry Komisar, the company designs and installs CCTV, access control, intrusion and audio systems for healthcare, universities, manufacturing, utilities, malls and office complexes, as well as city, state and federal government facilities.

The company has completed several high profile installations, including Hyundai Motor Manufacturing of Alabama’s security management system, Hyundai’s only plant in the United States; campus-wide projects at the University of Alabama and Auburn University as well as a new video project for Vanderbilt University.

“As a respected integration firm in the Southeast, Vision’s wide ranging expertise in a variety of vertical markets and technical disciplines is a great addition to Security-Net,” said Tom Asp, president of Security-Net.

“The strategic goals, vertical markets and technologies in Security-Net’s portfolio align closely with those of Vision Security Technologies,” said Barry Komisar, president and CEO, Vision Security Technologies. “We’re excited to bring our expertise and enthusiasm for the security industry to Security-Net.”

Security-Net focuses on the integration of end-to-end security solutions including technologies such as access control, video surveillance, emergency mass notification and perimeter detection systems in aerospace, commercial offices, university campuses,  airports, government, utilities, hospitals and pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities. Individual member companies, which make up the company’s regional locations, regularly share design solutions, troubleshooting tips, technology updates and marketing ideas to provide the most effective, up to date security management system for customers.

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Co-chair Howard Belfor, CPP, noted, “Overall, the dynamic innovation and adaptability of the industry came through this year. Companies are addressing a diversity of current needs and providing a bridge to newer technologies, while offering new economic efficiencies through reduced installation, set-up, or implementation times.”

Accolades entrants were invited to display their entries in a special area on the Exhibits floor (Booth #2381, Hall B) and winners will be highlighted, along with other new products during the Seminar’s “What’s New on the Floor” session, on Monday, Sept. 19 at 1:45 p.m. in Room W315 AB of the Orange County Convention Center.