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Safety Vision Done With Phase Two Of Merger

LCT Staff
Posted on May 18, 2011

Following the purchase, Safety Vision LLC also has established a Kansas branch office and customer outreach programs.

HOUSTON, Texas — SAFETY VISION, a provider of mobile video and fleet automation solutions, has finished the next phase of integrating ICOP products and personnel into the Safety Vision company.

Following the acquisition of the operating assets and business of ICOP DIGITAL two months ago, Safety Vision has finished absorbing the logistics operations, training sales and service personnel, and improving customer outreach programs. Feedback and new sales efforts with the existing ICOP customer base so far has been positive.

“The ICOP product line with its reputation for reliability and Tier I features, combined with Safety Vision’s financial strength, stability and nearly two decades of mobile video experience has been very well received,” said Bruce Smith, CEO and President of Safety Vision, in a statement.

Highlights from this phase of the integration include:

• Logistics and back office integration

• Sales, support and service training

• Establishment of Kansas branch office

• Customer outreach programs — trade show, conference, telephone and e-mail communications

• International expansion in EMEA — DDIT (Developed Dimension Information Technology)

In the final phase of integration, Safety Vision will ramp up additional resources to support the acquisition, including further integration of engineering teams, new marketing campaigns and outreach programs, and further improved and streamlined support services.

SAFETY VISION has been serving transit, police, school bus, commercial, and other public and private sector fleets since 1993, providing comprehensive mobile video solutions that enhance visibility, improve safety, protect assets, and reduce liability. Solutions include onboard surveillance, collision avoidance, and driver behavior modification systems. Components include mobile digital video recorders (MDVRs); rear-, side-, and forward-view interior and exterior cameras featuring infrared technology; in-cab monitors; video-viewing and -sharing software; and vehicle monitoring software featuring GPS. Advanced surveillance system technology enables the secure capture, automated wireless download, and simplified backend management of video, audio, and other evidentiary data.

Source: SAFETY VISION

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