Electronic Control Security (ECSI), a global leader in state-of-the-art integrated entry control and perimeter security systems, today announced receipt of orders totaling $500K for its Infrared Perimeter Intrusion Detection (IPID®) systems.
“The orders from these three nuclear power stations in the U.S. have added additional security utilizing our technology and support services,” said Arthur Barchenko, President and CEO of ECSI.
“Our IPID® technology has been selected to strengthen the overall perimeter security for these three nuclear power stations.
These highly-sensitive installations are required to achieve the highest level of security possible in view of the increased threat levels that we have seen evidenced recently.
We are particularly delighted to have been selected once again by these existing customers based on the performance of our technologies over the past 15-20 years.”
“The nuclear market has become a major growth area for ECSI now and in the years ahead. This is based on our current position as a technology supplier to 70% of the nuclear power stations in the U.S. and their projected expansion and/or upon decommissioning protection of their spent fuel facilities in the future,” concluded Barchenko.
ECSI is recognized as a global leader in perimeter security and an effective quality provider for both the Department of Defense and Homeland Security programs.
The Company designs, manufactures and markets physical electronic security systems for high profile, high threat environments.
The employment of risk assessment and analysis allows ECSI to determine and address the security needs of government and commercial-industrial installations.
ECSI has teaming agreements with major system integrators in both the United States and overseas to support the installation and aftermarket.