ITV and Vodafone are among the clients of this Surrey firm, which consults on and delivers audio and video system integration projects. It was enlisted to design the system for British Airways’ crisis management centre, as well as for multiple command-and-control rooms globally. Engineers Karl Deady, 39, and Steve Franklin, 46, founded the firm in 2007, and guided sales to £10.3m last year. Last month Cinos announced that it had been named as an approved supplier for the UK government’s electronic security, control room and audiovisual system framework, opening up the possibility of multimillion-pound deals to install systems for the NHS, police, fire service and other public sector customers.
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