IPVM First Dean's List W2017 - Thomas Atkinson, Matt Hurly and Fredrik Lundqvist

Author: IPVM Team, Published on Apr 24, 2017

IPVM is happy to congratulate and celebrate our first "Dean's List", the top students in our courses.

For the Winter 2017 IP Networking course of Winter 2017, they were:

All of them achieved over 95% on their final exams with strong course participation and were selected out of 100+ students.

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Thomas Atkinson

Thomas Atkinson is a University of Michigan Graduate holding a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice Studies. He is currently working as a Sr. Security Specialist at Rock Security in Detroit, MI and working on 6 years of service this coming September. Thomas notes, "I absolutely love what I do here and the Team Members that I am surrounded with as it is truly a positive team orientated environment. I am also very fortunate to be part of the revitalization of the great City of Detroit."

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Matt Hurly

Matt Hurly is a Building Systems Consultant and Partner with HurlyWorks Inc. with a background in Project Management, HVAC Design and Commissioning, and Building Automation Controls Consulting and Commissioning. HurlyWorks Inc. has recently taken on an assignment with the University of Alberta in their Access Control Project Office which prompted him to seek training in all aspects physical security (Intrusion, Video, Access Control, etc.). The Access Control Project Office is responsible for the design, implementation, commissioning and maintenance of physical security at the University.

Fredrik Lundqvist

Fredrik Lundqvist works as a Project Engineer at the Swedish Transport Administration. His team manages the video surveillance within the authority, running all kinds of projects involving video surveillance, nothing, "We have a one-and-only centralized IP-based surveillance system for several applications that extends all across Sweden, including traffic monitoring or detection of unauthorized trespassers, among others. We are always analyzing trends how to get the most out of our system and scanning the market for the best products to meet our requirements. Therefore we're visiting ipvm.com on a nearly daily basis to stay tuned for updates and interesting news. The IPVM Course has been a great advantage for me, with a unique chance to learn a lot in a short period of time. Also the opportunity to interact with others in the industry and to ask questions to IPVM Professionals has been great!"

Fredrik has a Bachelor of Science in Engineering and had previously worked for a worldwide security company in Sweden.

More Dean's List

IPVM will have more dean's list recipients for each ongoing course. Congrats to Thomas, Matt and Fredrik!

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