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Potter announces acquisition of TowerIQ


January 14, 2020
By SP&T Staff
SP&T Staff

St. Louis, Mo. — Security products provider Potter Electric Signal Company LLC of St. Louis has announced the acquisition of TowerIQ, a designer and manufacturer of emergency communication systems with offices in New York, Florida and Kiev.

By supporting the technology offered by TowerIQ, Potter says it expands its capabilities in life safety and emergency communication systems.

Gerry Connolly, CEO of Potter said, in a statement, “The technology offered by TowerIQ is in the evolving and fast-growing field of Public Safety Two-way Radio Communication Enhancement Systems (RCES), which includes Auxiliary Radio Communication Systems (ARCS) and related monitoring equipment. Since their founding, TowerIQ has been a leader in creating advanced technology that gives first responders the ability to communicate effectively and uninterrupted during an emergency. We are excited to invest in TowerIQ’s technological development and support the management team’s growth strategy.”

Connor Crowley, CEO of TowerIQ said, also in a statement, “We’re excited to become a part of the Potter family and know that with the infrastructure Potter has in place, TowerIQ will continue to grow. Potter has over 120 years of experience as a leader in the Fire Protection industry and we are thrilled to become a part of that history. Our goal at TowerIQ is to ensure first responders can safely communicate during an emergency. Our wireless communications technology will remain on the forefront of the industry. Combined with Potter’s experience as a leading manufacturer in the Fire Protection industry, TowerIQ will have the tools to reach new heights and better serve our customers.”