ICx Technologies creates new VP spot

ICx Technologies, a developer of advanced technology solutions for homeland and military security agencies, has hired Mark Bonatucci for the newly created position of vice president of marketing in the Solutions Division.

Bonatucci will be responsible for ICx’s growth by developing and selling integrated solutions that combine technologies from the company's Detection, Surveillance and Solutions divisions, according to a company statement released today. ICx’s primary markets remain electronic security, homeland security, law enforcement and homeland defense.

“Bonatucci brings more than 24 years of industry-relevant experience to ICx,” said Hans Kobler, chief executive officer of ICx Technologies, in the statement. “His experience and drive will strengthen our ability to address the needs of the growing and complex security solutions marketplace and will help accelerate ICx’s growth across our core areas of expertise.”

Before joining ICx, Bonatucci was director of secure enterprise advanced solutions at Lockheed Martin, where he led the successful $300 million integrated electronic security system for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York.

Bonatucci is a graduate of the Merchant Marine Academy and a member of several professional organizations. He will work at ICx headquarters in Washington, D.C.

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David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.

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