Brian Johnson tapped to be new Gamma 2 Robotics CEO

Friday June 30, 2017 0 comments Tags: Denver, Gamma 2 Robotics, Brian Johnson, Tim Keating, Lew Pincus


DENVER -- Gamma 2 Robotics announced security industry executive veteran Brian Johnson will lead the company’s next phase of development as its president and CEO.

Johnson has more than 35 years of CEO, COO and CFO experience in both public and private companies across multiple industries.gamma-2-robotics-logo

He brings an extensive background in the security alarm industry, most notably as a senior executive with ADT Security where he oversaw the launch of its highly successful Authorized Dealer program, ran its acquisition program and later led its 2,000-service technician Field Service organization.

Johnson was part of ADT's senior leadership team at the time of its $6.5 billion merger with Tyco International in 1997. Immediately prior to his service at ADT, Johnson was instrumental in the $150 million sale of Denver-based Alert Centre, Inc. to ADT.

An inactive attorney and CPA, Johnson also brings to Gamma 2 a strong corporate governance discipline as a prior director of three public and five private companies.

"I have been closely following Gamma 2 Robotics for over four years, and I am particularly impressed by the progress made during the past year," said Johnson.

"Our outstanding team has honed RAMSEE (security robot) to pilot-ready status, and we have started deploying robots with strategic partners such as Briggs & Stratton in Milwaukee. I am excited to help guide Gamma 2 Robotics as it begins deploying robots and generating revenue."

"Gamma 2 Robotics is at a new stage in its development and on the verge of commercialization,” said Tim Keating, Gamma 2 Robotics board chair.

“At this critical juncture, the board believes that Brian Johnson will be instrumental in helping chart the company's course from market launch to active market participant."

Prior CEO Lew Pincus will continue to serve as a member of the board of directors, the company said.