Lauttamus Communications Expands into Autonomous Driving, New Facility
Wednesday, May 10, 2017 | Comments

Lauttamus Communications & Security announced an expansion to better serve customers in western Pennsylvania and North Central West Virginia. Lauttamus outgrew its previous location and will now be operating out of its new facility in Carnegie, Pennsylvania.

Lauttamus will provide two-way radio communications, residential and commercial security, devices for the internet of things (IoT), with plans to expand into professional services for autonomous driving because western Pennsylvania is a hotbed for the technologies.

"We have experienced over 100 percent increase in gross revenues over the last year, and we are excited about our growth potential here," said CEO Paul Lauttamus. "Over the last three years, we have acquired or integrated into our business Engineered Communications, Mobile Radio Services, J.R. Alarm Systems and Guard Duty.”

The new facility location was chosen because it is convenient for customers and provides 28,000 square feet sufficient space to accommodate future growth. The new office includes a garage, warehouse, sales offices, customer service and car-outfitting space for public safety, mobile data, GPS and two-way radio installations. Lauttamus also plans to construct an invocation center after opening that will showcase the different types of technology products that the company sells and services.

Lauttamus recently partnered with Carnegie Mellon on TED Talks and the Pittsburgh Technology Council, and the company continues to seek new partnerships that support business growth. Lauttamus has also been active in community service projects.

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