Holley Hunt Joins Robotic Assistance Devices as Vice President of Strategic Partnerships

Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions, Inc. a global leader in AI-driven security and productivity solutions along with its wholly owned subsidiary, Robotic Assistance Devices Inc. (RAD), today announced that Holley Hunt has joined RAD in the newly created role of Vice President of Strategic Partnerships.

The announcement was made at the opening of Security LeadHER, an event presented by ASIS International and the Security Industry Association and dedicated to the advancement of women in the global security industry.

“We welcome Holley to the RAD team," said Steve Reinharz, CEO of AITX and RAD. “Her years in the security industry providing solutions to Fortune 500 clients provides us with the benefit of her impressive experience and relationships. We are excited to have her make an immediate impact on expansion and be a part of the significant growth we expect."

Hunt is expected to play a significant role in driving business growth and expanding the Company's reach. She will work closely with RAD’s business development team for new opportunities, layering on strategy for some existing prospects in addition to some major account management.

“I am thrilled to join RAD and its seasoned and well-respected team,” said Hunt. “The potential is limitless for RAD, and I am looking forward to being a part of the Company’s growth and inevitable expansion. The industry moves a bit slowly and I hope to help push things forward at a quicker pace.”

For more than 20 years, Hunt has been passionately involved in the security industry. She feels at home with innovation and her appetite for convergence in the marketplace fuels her desire to evangelize new services and solutions within the ever-evolving business of physical security. During her career, Hunt has held executive positions in access control and video surveillance technology companies, including Johnson Controls, Bosch, Keyscan, Qognify, and most recently global engineering firm QCIC.

Hunt added, “I am so excited to see how our world will change with the rapidly evolving integration of robotics, AI, and other automation developments. Now that I am with RAD, I will have a front row seat.”

AITX, through its subsidiary, Robotic Assistance Devices, Inc. (RAD), is redefining the $25 billion (US) security and guarding services industry through its broad lineup of innovative, AI-driven Solutions-as-aService business model. RAD solutions are specifically designed to provide a cost savings to businesses of between 35% to 80% when compared to the industry’s existing and costly staffed security guarding and monitoring model.

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