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What does ESA stand for?

ESA stands for Electronic Security Association


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Participating professional associations include the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association, the Central Station Alarm Association, CompTIA, the Electronic Security Association, the National Association of Broadcasters, the Professional Services Council, the Security Industry Association, the Telecommunications Industry Association and the Wireless Infrastructure Association.
The typical business customers that want a security systems are those that are at high risk for burglary, such as jewelry stores and pharmacies, explained Marshall Marinace--vice president/president-elect of the Electronic Security Association and owner of Marshall Alarm Systems.
ESX has grown into the must-attend event for the industry, and since it's owned by the industry's two largest associations - the Central Station Alarm Association and the Electronic Security Association - attending or exhibiting at ESX invests money back into the industry," says John Galante, president of AE Ventures, which manages the event.
ABOUT SIAC SIAC is comprised of four major North American security associations--Canadian Security Association (CANASA), Security Industry Association (SIA), Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA), and the Electronic Security Association (ESA)--representing one voice for the alarm industry on alarm management issues.
While dispatches through alarm central stations remain the standard for the country and have proven highly effective, the industry supported the creation of the ASAP system and will be able to implement it more quickly and with less disruption than establishing municipal systems that require the replacement of hundreds of radios from a single vendor," said Kevin Lehan, Executive Director of the Illinois Electronic Security Association.