Anthony P. Ibarra the founder and CEO of Digatron/DigaNET, Inc., a high-tech electronic security systems integration company specializing in digital video recording, biometric recognition, card access, and intrusion detection systems.
Over the past 33 years Mr. Ibarra established Digatron as one of the largest, privately held, independent security systems firms in the western United States. Digatron’s client portfolio reads like a Who’s Who of Government and Fortune 500 Companies. Among some of those clients are, the U.S. Capitol, U.S.
Department of State, former Secretary of State Colin Powell’s residence, U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Federal Bureau of Prisons, the State Capitol Complexes of Colorado, Wyoming and Montana, The Denver Broncos Mile High Stadium, and the Colorado Convention Center, in which Digatron received a national award as the best commercial/industrial installation in the country.
Mr. Ibarra also assisted the Colorado Gaming Division in writing surveillance specifications in 1991.
Mr. Ibarra has been a member of numerous government, business and community organizations during his career such as the YMCA, The Denver Hispanic Chamber and the US Census Bureau.
He was selected as one of twenty in the country to sit on Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Advisory Committee.
Mr. Ibarra is President of Sales for DigaNET, Inc. DigaNET, Inc. offers consulting in Design/Build, Request for Proposals and Project Management for electronic security systems for the Marijuana Industry and distribution of marijuana related products such as LED Grow Lights, Extraction machines, Carbon Filters etc…
Mr. Ibarra was born in Torrington, Wyoming in 1952 but raised in Denver where he graduated from North High School, lives with his wife, Alicia and has three sons, Faustino, Nicholas and Benjamin.
PO Box 11222
Denver, CO 80211