VISLINK Announces Appointment to LEPS U.S. Sales Team

VISLINK Law Enforcement and Public Safety (LEPS) has appointed of Glenn Patterson as regional sales manager. In his role, Patterson will be responsible for the eastern U.S. market. Experienced in RF technology and systems, Patterson will work with customers to provide solutions tailored to their applications. His primary focus will be to develop and manage VISLINK's Eastern U.S. relationships and continue to grow the company’s leadership position within the market. Individually, Patterson will explore the needs of each client and create a solution which provides a seamless communication path for their video surveillance needs.

"Glenn possesses a unique blend of technical expertise, which together with his corporate and outside sales experience, will make him a valuable addition to the VISLINK Law Enforcement and Public Safety Business Unit. I look forward to working with him and growing our US sales revenue," said Michael Payne, managing director of VISLINK LEPS.

Patterson’s expertise in the RF field is a result of his extensive technical background. He has more than 20 years experience in broadcast television engineering and an additional five years in RF Microwave Sales, with a focus on law enforcement. In 2003, Patterson received a Television Emmy for "Outstanding Engineering Achievement." In addition, he has successfully cultivated several major government contracts including NASA, Eglin AFB, Houston Police, Broward County Sheriff. He is knowledgeable in remote receiver sites, mobile command trucks and helicopter microwave downlinks.

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