Communications Electronics Joins the Safer Buildings Coalition

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Posted on April 1, 2019
Maryland-based Wireless communications company is the Coalition's newest member

The Safer Buildings Coalition is delighted to welcome our newest member -- Communications Electronics (CE), of Baltimore.

Communications Electronics is a wireless communications company serving the Mid-Atlantic region. CE is committed to providing a single source for its customers’ mission-critical communications systems. With over 120 employees and 5 locations in the Mid-Atlantic, CE is uniquely positioned to provide responsive and professional services to its customers.

CE's services – including systems engineering, project management, installation, testing, sales, service, and maintenance – are supported by the company's broad expertise, which spans solutions for distributed antenna systems (DAS), two-way radio networks, early warning systems, integrated security systems, intelligent transportation systems (ITS), and many related products.

“We are so excited to partner with the Safer Buildings Coalition simply because we share a common mission – to connect people in the moments that matter. Partnering with the Coalition allows us to work with like-minded organizations to use current wireless communications technologies to serve our communities. We look forward to working with SBC and all of our partners to make a difference for emergency responders,” Michael Cassell, CE’s In-Building Chief Technology Officer, explains.

"The Safer Buildings Coalition relies on industry leaders like Communications Electronics to provide best-of-breed subject matter expertise to our work efforts,” says John Foley, General Manager for the Safer Buildings Coalition. “We are enormously grateful for the commitment and support of our members, and we are very excited to have access to the unique skill sets and knowledge that Communications Electronics offers our Community of Practice."

Welcome on board, Communications Electronics!

For more information, please contact Mikkel Schultz.