Major-General Lewis Mackenzie (Ret’d), one of Canada’s best known soldiers, military commentator and author, has joined the advisory board of Toronto’s Paradigm Advanced Technologies, a provider of wireless location tracking technology.
Major-General MacKenzie was commander of the 29 Nation UN Peacekeeping Force that opened the Sarajevo airport for the delivery of humanitarian aid during the Bosnian civil war in 1992, and is a former Commanding General of Land Force Central Area. Major-General MacKenzie retired from the Canadian Forces in 1993 and has had an international career as a speaker, commentator, author and military affairs consultant. In October 2001, he was appointed Special Consultant on Security to the Ontario Government.
Earlier the company announced that. Mike Kedar, founder of Call-Net (Sprint Canada), would join Paradigm’s Advisory Board when it was fully formed. The company will announce an additional seven members of the Board over the next few weeks.
“Our Destinator(tm) navigation system and the Secur-IT-Trac(tm) family of tracking systems are generating significant interest from many market segments. Paradigm’s Destinator navigation system was recently voted as best of its kind product in the GPS category and awarded the People’s Choice Award by PC Pocket Magazine. The second generation of the Secur-IT-Trac tracking system was selected in November 2001 by New York City to track the trucks removing material from Ground Zero.
Paradigm Advanced Technologies, Inc (www.powerloc.com) provides a range of wireless location tracking technology solutions to service providers and end users in the telematics, GPS, M-Business, L-solutions and CRM/ERP markets. Paradigm’s servers, software and devices locate, track, navigate, communicate with and manage vehicles and other assets.
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