An impressive display of John’s abilities is the sizable estate he’s built on the edge of cliff, surrounded by a wooded area. It’s a technological fortress, as the perimeter of his residence is protected by a military-grade gate (Tilt-A-Way Gates), forty-eight high definition security cameras (Arecont), Rigid Industries LED Security Lights and shatterproof windows. He’s also incorporated ground source radar (SpotterRF) and facial recognition (fstbm) to further bolster security. In addition, he has professionally trained German shepherd guard dogs to ward off intruders.
John’s extensive experience includes creating technologically advanced security solutions for the military, law enforcement, and the public at large. He’s utilized his compound as a test site for an array of his products, and many of his innovations have been featured on Discovery Channel and National Geographic. John’s company is anchored by a culture of problem solving, and he ceaselessly leverages a team approach to arrive at forward-thinking solutions. And these solutions have been embraced by many renowned global corporations – he has licensed technologies to Microsoft, Samsung, Sony, Nissan, Jaguar / Land Rover, TRW, Magna International, General Motors, Clarion and Panasonic to name a few. The core competency of his organization is delivering unequaled protection solutions with services that range from security consulting to securing people and their belongings.
As a result of over 2 decades in the industry, John has honed his speed-to-market process, where going from concept to prototype to products occurs days rather than years. With licensed products now representing billions of dollars in annual sales, he currently focuses on new technologies, industry innovations and private security tools.
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