Quintron provides the full range of capabilities necessary to achieve your communications and security objectives. We are ready to support your project with any or all of these capabilities at our disposal.
Business, civil and government agencies exist within totally connected realities. Solutions must connect, integrate, operate and deliver together seamlessly. Quintron understands and delivers solutions to meet these challenges.
Quintron provides integrated communications, audio-visual and security solutions for mission and business critical applications. We have been providing advanced security, command center communications, C-2/mission control, control room and infrastructure solutions supporting government agencies, educational facilities, financial institutions, and other high-rise and industrial facilities since 1970. This includes many of our nation’s most vital assets from top secret launch facilities to the Pentagon.
Whatever your security or communications challenges are, Quintron can work with you develop a solution to address your needs.
Learn how you can use our integrated solutions to meet a variety of communications and security challenges.
Control Center Operations
Property Security and Surveillance
Classrooms and Boardrooms
Physical Access Control
Video and Teleconferencing
Quintron installed and is supporting the Laser Communications Relay Demonstration (LCRD) project at Goddard Space Center. In 2017 Quintron setup and helped install the VoIP communications system for the facility, its control room and client users throughout the center including a clean room with
Project Description: Renovation of building RR, and construction of new building QQ Project Goals or Objectives: On this two year project, we were asked to renovate an existing building RR and modernize it with all necessary power to support a workspace for electrical trainees to get familiarized
NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center (AFRC) has many critical flight missions routinely supported with multiple control rooms and real-time changes as the norm. Radio interfaces are extensively used with distributed range assets and operating locations. AFRC has depended on DICES products for over