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Boulder Imaging Names Vice President of Operations

January 13, 2010
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BOULDER, CO - Boulder Imaging Inc. announces that Susan Downey has accepted a new position within the company as vice president of operations. As part of the senior management team she will assist in leading the company toward executing its goal of becoming the leader in high performance digital video recording and analytic imaging solutions.

“I am delighted to announce Susan Downey’s promotion,” says Michael Willis, president and chief operating officer of Boulder Imaging. “With over 15 years experience in the imaging field, Susan continues to bring her considerable expertise and talents to the senior management team. Susan’s seasoned oversight of our business, finance, human resources and engineering divisions brings us additional capacity as our business continues to grow.”

“I am excited to be involved and experience the growth of Boulder Imaging,” says Downey. “We certainly are not the same company that we were a year ago yet I am pleased that we have been able to maintain the core values that we established during our foundation.”

Downey served as the operations manager for Boulder Imaging prior to accepting her new responsibilities.

The company manufactures advanced end-to-end solutions that sense, record and analyze critical event data in real-time. During the last 15 years the company’s expertise and tools for scientific, engineering and machine vision applications have been used in military testing/ training in the air, land and water, object tracking, medical imaging, security applications, surveillance, machine vision, industrial production, product quality control, motion analysis and scientific research.

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