General manager of Infratherm Matt Nolan says Ballesty’s arrival is timely as Infratherm expands its new range of thermal imaging and radiometric cameras into the commercial CCTV market. 
“Brad was the obvious choice for us as we expand, and brings with him over 24 years experience in the commercial CCTV and security market here in Australia,” Nolan said. 
“We will be able to build on Brad’s experience and great customer relationships as we grow and expand our offering in this market. 
“With the price of thermal technology cameras becoming more affordable we believe there are now synergies between this type of product and the day to day security market”. 
Meanwhile, Ballesty, who has previously held management roles with Q Video and Sanyo, says he is embracing his new role and is looking forward to the challenge ahead.