Luminator Technology Group Acquires Apollo Video

Posted on May 15, 2017

PLANO, Texas — Display and lighting technology supplier Luminator Technology Group (LTG) has acquired video surveillance equipment supplier Apollo Video Technology.

Headquartered in Bothell, Washington, Apollo Video was recently named the No. 1 supplier of transit bus mobile video surveillance equipment in the Americas, according to the companies.

“We are proud to welcome Apollo Video to the LTG family,” said Avi Zisman, chairman of the board of LTG. “Apollo Video’s long-standing commitment to providing state of the art technology solutions in the transportation sector is a perfect match to enhance our technology offerings and services to our mutual customers.”

LTG provides passenger information solutions to the public transit and aerospace market segments. The supplier’s mass transit group is a global provider of passenger information systems that are designed to provide relevant customer travel information from the station through the bus and/or rail journey.

“We are honored to be a part of Luminator Technology Group and look forward to collaborating with others within LTG to integrate complementary technologies,” said Rodell Notbohm, founder and CEO of Apollo Video Technology. “This will strengthen our goal of providing transit agencies and transportation providers with access to even more sophisticated, fully integrated solutions.”

Apollo Video solutions are designed to improve accessibility of data and deliver streamlined, fleet-wide management of video surveillance and onboard equipment to reduce liability, mitigate risk, improve efficiency, and reduce maintenance and operating costs.

Since its release in 2004, Apollo Video has supplied its flagship product, the RoadRunner system, to over 400 agencies worldwide, representing more than 30,000 total implementations, according to the company.

Related Topics: lighting, school bus security, video surveillance

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