Thursday, February 20, 2014

ISR names Orellana Director, Communications and Wireless/Radio Frequency Technologies

Written by  William C. Vantuono, Editor-in-Chief
Eduardo Orellana, ISR Eduardo Orellana, ISR
Integrated Strategic Resources (ISR), a woman-owned business providing professional services specializing in systems integration management, communications networks, and applications and electronic security, has appointed Eduardo Orellana as Director, Communications and Wireless/Radio Frequency Tech-nologies.

Orellana has more than 20 years of engineering and management experience. He is described as an expert in the field of radio frequency engineering and has significant project experience in systems integration, technical design, network optimization, and deployment. He has successfully led multi-disciplinary teams for complex communications network projects throughout the New York metropolitan area. Recently he served as Project Manager for New York City Transit’s Bus Radio Interim Upgrade and Senior Commu-nications Engineer for the Second Avenue Subway systems integration for the Software House access control system. He is also leading a critical effort managing radio spectrum procurement for New Jersey Transit’s Positive Train Control project for all commuter lines. Orellana also provides expert testimony on radio frequency issues for the United States Department of Justice Eastern District and offers similar expert testimony for a Long Island municipality. He holds a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from Polytechnic University and a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering from Manhattan College.

“Ed continues to be in the forefront of communications technology, working in the field to direct opera-tions and engineering personnel, and he provides oversight design and performance optimization for a va-riety of technology networks,” said ISR founder and owner Julie Kroloff.

Integrated Strategic Resources has offices in New York, New Jersey, and Baltimore, and employs a staff of more than 40.