Plantsville, CT – Armor Dynamics kicked off the first in a series of trade show events on Thursday, April 21, hosting a display of its law enforcement armor products at the Connecticut Police Chiefs Association expo.
Vice President of Sales Jim Chandler hosted a display booth that featured Armor Dynamics cost-effective and lightweight systems, including vehicle and body armor. Armor’s core technology centers around seven years of research and development in ballistic solutions, working primarily with and for the government on military applications. More recently, Armor Dynamics has focused on applying these advanced technologies and the relationships it has made with materials developers to bring law enforcement ballistic solutions into the cutting edge of the industry.
Armor Dynamics has since developed a line of industry-first protection systems, including a Ballistic Sun Visor for vehicles, multiple threat-level vehicle door armor, and concealable armor panels for notebooks, clipboards, backpacks and bags.
Vice President, Sales
“Members of the law enforcement community that visited our display were excited and amazed by how thin and lightweight Armor Dynamics vehicle armor solutions are,” said Chandler.
Including over 100 vendors and attended by approximately 500 to 1,000 people, the Expo featured companies ranging from police vehicle suppliers and body armor manufacturers, to technology and communications companies.
Armor Dynamics will host an open house at its Kingston-facility on Thursday, April 28 for members of the law enforcement community.
The company will be hosting a display booth at the Police Security Expo in Atlantic City, N.J. on June 21-22; and the New York State Association of Police Chiefs Law Enforcement Expo in Albany, NY on May 26.
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