Salient Acquires Dataline’s Electronic Security Division; Brad Antle Comments

 

Brad Antle, Salient Federal Solutions

Salient Federal Solutions has bought Dataline, LLC‘s electronic security systems division for an undisclosed amount.

Salient said the addition of the Washington, D.C.-based technology division will increase its expertise in the design, engineering and installation of consolidated emergency response systems.

Improved services will include video surveillance, asset tracking and mobile device alerts.

Salient said the move will expand its integrated ESS and mass notification systems services at any required scale or global location. The move also makes it a prime holder of the Integrated Electronic Security Systems contract.

“The addition of the ESS division of Dataline adds world-class, mission-critical and field engineering to Salient’s capabilities for protecting our troops and installations all over the globe, ” said Brad Antle, president and CEO of Salient. “This expands our ability to help customers meet their security requirements and to protect both hard and soft targets anywhere in the world. We focus on missions that matter most to our customers.”

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