DigaNET is the Leader in Special Systems Technologies.
With today's fast-paced technological security advancements within our daily lives and marketplace, DigaNET is the progressive company with the knowledge, experience and expertise to integrate this vast array of technologies into user-friendly applications.
DigaNET, Inc. is engaged in the design, installation and maintenance of electronic and computer integrated security, surveillance, communications and fire systems. The Firm also provides facilities management support services and serves as a reseller of LED grow lights and growing software for the Cannabis industry.
DigaNET has staff with multi-disciplinary technical support and engineering capabilities, a seasoned management team, and a complete understanding of corporate and government requirements. The Company possesses a record of high quality performance proven on numerous contracts.
Our firms experience encompasses more than thirty years of surveillance, security, communications and network integration projects ranging from small, quick turnaround jobs, to large, multi-phase projects. DigaNET's experience, coupled with its commitment to provide superior service and quality, provides an unrivalled capability to support our customers project.
With our award winning experience in all aspects of Special Systems Integration, the CEO has established DigaNET as the leader in Special Systems by finding the best products and working toward customer satisfaction. Diganet specializes in Digital Video Recording, Biometric Recognition, Card Access and Intrusion Detection Systems.
DigaNET's client portfolio reads like a Who’s Who of Government and Fortune 500 Companies. They include the US Capitol, US Department of State, US Department of Justice, Homeland Security, The Federal Bureau of Prisons, United States Air Force, The State Capitol Complexes of Colorado, Wyoming and Montana, Denver Public Schools, Hewlett Packard, Invesco Field at Mile High, Coors Field, the private residence of the US Secretary of State, the new Colorado Convention Center and the Governor’s Mansion of the State of Colorado and Wyoming.