GE Security

October 2007
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Oct2007, Vol. 44 Issue 10, p106
Trade Publication
The article presents a company profile of GE Security, is a leading supplier of security and life safety technologies with operations in more than 35 countries and $1.8 billion in annual sales. The firm offers one of the industry's broadest portfolios, covering explosives and narcotics detection, intrusion and access control, video surveillance, key management and fire detection. Furthermore, the company's products are used to help protect people and property across a wide range of industries.


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