Trace Technologies names product innovation exec

Posted on May 2, 2013

BURNABY, British Columbia — Larry Chin has joined Trace Technologies Inc. (tti) as president of product innovation.

The company is a provider of HD Plug & Play mobile video cameras. Officials said that the addition of Chin to the executive management team “highlights tti’s commitment to deliver world-class mobile video solutions.”

Chin has a strong background in technology, engineering and management, with more than 10 years of experience. He was the former vice president of product development at DDS Wireless International, Seon Design and Honeywell, where he launched numerous mobile video camera solutions.

“I am excited to welcome Larry Chin to Trace Technology Inc.’s executive management team,” said Peter Allott, president of tti. “His vast experience in the mobile video camera market delivering innovative solutions, value, and extensive experience in the plug and play mobile video camera market will assure that the company continues to deliver industry-leading products and solutions to our customers.

“Larry has a track record of innovation, leadership and success, and I look forward to his contributions to tti at this exciting time at the company.”

For his part, Chin said that tti is “changing the mobile video camera market with its HD Plug & Play approach at realistic pricing and support. As clients continue to struggle with budgets in these economically challenging times, the tti team continues to develop and deliver the products that customers need to make their budgets go further.

"Designing solutions that are simple to install, easy to use, have the latest technology and are flexible to changing needs are keys to success," Chin added. "I look forward to leading this skilled team in delivering world-class products and value.”

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