Jordan Heilweil has been developing innovative, technologically superior video surveillance solutions for over 25 years. Under his leadership he has built Total Recall Corporation into an industry leading provider of citywide, municipal and enterprise solutions. His team has pioneered the concepts of citywide networks for video surveillance; building sustainable, large scale systems operating under the harshest urban conditions.
In the late nineteen-eighties Mr. Heilweil expanded beyond basic surveillance systems to develop covert recording systems for network news and law enforcement agency investigations. During this time he also designed large matrix switching system solutions supporting nearly 1000 camera inputs. In cooperation with the United States Park Police, National Park Service and other Department of the Interior personnel, he designed and supervised the installation of the CCTV security system for the Statue Of Liberty and Liberty Island. Beginning with the successful design and implementation of the system for the Republican National Convention in 2004, Heilweil led Total Recall into serving the citywide-networked CCTV systems market.
Since these initial projects he has continued to develop relationships and refine the surveillance systems through constant communication with Total Recall customers and industry suppliers.
The company now serves several of the nation's largest cities and has branched out into international installations. Under his leadership, this kind of vision, ingenuity, insight and sensitivity to customer needs has led to Total Recall's strong relationships with leaders in retail, gaming, corporate and public sector security.
Mr. Heilweil is a long-time member of ASIS and serves on the ASIS Show Committee. In addition, Jordan served on the Pelco President’s Dealer Advisory Council and is certified in the design and installation of a wide variety of cameras, switch matrices, digital video recording systems, and other video surveillance and access control equipment. Mr. Heilweil graduated from the FBI CA in 2011.