Electronic Control Security receives $850K in orders from DoD, DoE

Company to supply agencies with perimeter security solutions for sites in North America


Perimeter security solutions provider Electronic Control Security, Inc. (ECSI) announced last week that it recently received orders totaling more than $850,000 from the U.S. Department of Defense and U.S. Department of Energy to secure strategic sites in North America.

In a statement, ECSI President and CEO Arthur Barchenko said the company will supply the DoD and DoE with solutions that can integrate with legacy security infrastructure to prevent unauthorized entry or access to large facilities.

"ECSI has supplied technology for more than 40 DoD, NRC and DoE sites in the continental U.S., Alaska, Hawaii, the Middle East and Southeast Asia," he said. "These three purchase orders are valued in excess of $850,000 and will be delivered by April 2011."