Arecont Vision’s Scott Schafer Receives SIA Chairman’s Award (ISC West)

Award Recognizes Contributions and Leadership to Promote and Drive Membership for the Security Industry Association

Las Vegas, NV (April 14, 2015) – Arecont Vision®, the industry leader in IP-based megapixel camera technology, is pleased to announce that Executive Vice President Scott Schafer was honored today with the Security Industry Association’s (SIA) Chairman’s Award for his successful leadership and contributions to the organization. 

Schafer has served on the Security Industry Association board of directors, in the Executive Committee, and in the roles of Membership Chair and as Secretary.

“SIA delivers immeasurable value to its members and to the security industry in general, and it is incredibly rewarding to be able to help grow this industry alongside the SIA Board of Directors, the membership team, and the association’s staff,” Schafer said. “To receive the Chairman’s Award is a tremendous honor, and I am grateful to SIA for this recognition.”

SIA Chairman of the Board V. John Stroia presented Schafer with the award at the Sands Expo and Convention Center here in Las Vegas, during SIA’s annual meeting held at ISC West 2015. “Scott is always there to answer the bell, no matter what project or program we are working on,” Stroia said during the ceremony. “Thank you, Scott, you helped make the SIA a stronger organization.”

Arecont Vision® was also recognized for ten years of corporate commitment and membership in the SIA at the event.

Arecont Vision® is the leading manufacturer of high-performance megapixel IP cameras. Arecont Vision® products are made in the USA and feature low-cost massively parallel image processing architectures MegaVideo® and SurroundVideo® that represent a drastic departure from traditional analog and network camera designs. All-in-one products such as the MegaDome®, MegaView®, MegaBall®, MicroDome®, and D4F/D4S/D4SO series provide installer-friendly solutions. STELLAR™ (Spatio TEmporal Low Light ARchitecture) technology offers dramatically increased low light performance, while True WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) and remote focus/remote zoom capabilities each enhance the camera utility. Compact JPEG and H.264 series of cameras address cost-sensitive applications.