David Sindaha, Edgeworth’s President of Integration, is a longstanding pioneer in the security systems integration industry. As such, he draws on his 30 years of expertise to design intelligent security systems that use artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to provide state of the art remote guarding services for Edgeworth’s clients.
Before joining Edgeworth, David founded VAS Security Systems Inc., which designed and implemented industrial security systems for the federal government, military bases, and law enforcement agencies (including police stations and command centers), hospitals, biomedical plants, manufacturing and distribution centers, major film studios, universities and schools.
In 2009, David was awarded an ASIS Security Innovations Award of the Year for application of an IP high definition video security system installation for Technicolor, one of the large post-production facilities in the world. He also assisted the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) in writing the security specs for the motion picture industry, which are still in use today.
David has also designed and implemented security systems that have protected a number of U.S. historic treasures including President George Washington’s personal belongings, President Abraham Lincoln’s hand-written letters and journals, and the Emancipation Proclamation on behalf of U.S. Federal Government and the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum.