Princeton, NJ and Tampa, FL (April 2, 2014) – SightLogix and SureView Systems announce the integration of SightLogix’ outdoor thermal video security system with SureView’s Immix® software platform. With this integration, organizations gain an accurate, automated central station monitoring solution for managing outdoor areas, increasing security effectiveness while driving down costs.
Princeton, NJ (March 21, 2014) – SightLogix, the technology leader for smart thermal camera systems, announces the third generation Thermal SightSensor, which takes the most accurate outdoor security solution to mass market affordability. The new SightSensor solves a fundamental economic challenge for the industry. With four times the processing, at one-third the size, and consuming less than half the power of the prior generation, the new SightSensor avails solar and wireless capabilities that eliminate most of the infrastructure once needed for video security systems.
A major passenger rail company in Italy has deployed SightLogix SightSensor thermal cameras to provide rail yard security and prevent vandalism at one of the largest railcar maintenance facilities in the country. When a newly purchased line of rail cars was badly damaged by vandals, the organization recognized the need for a more effective solution.
Princeton, NJ (Jan 14 2014) – SightLogix®, Inc., the leading smart thermal camera manufacturer for perimeter security applications, will host an educational webcast for integrators, A&Es and end users about implementing smart thermal technology to solve real-world security problems. Presented by SightLogix President and CEO John Romanowich, Smart Thermal Cameras for Outdoor Security will be held on Thursday, June 20, 2013 at 1:00 pm.
Princeton, NJ (Jan 8, 2014) Threats to electrical utilities cause disruptions in operations and raise safety concerns. SightLogix thermal cameras are being used to protect substations for a major US electric utility against incidents ranging from copper theft to vandalism across multiple sites, while meeting NERC CIP regulations.
Princeton, NJ (November 19, 2013) – The Will-Burt Company announced today that its LINX™ Predator Elite intrusion detection security solution has been successfully integrated with SightLogix smart thermal cameras. Both the LINX Predator Elite and the SightSensor have been certified by the US Air Force to Protection Level 1 Nuclear (PL1N), delivering a unique solution that brings the highest level of military security to both government and commercial facilities.
SightLogix is solving mission-critical outdoor security challenges for correctional facilities across North America. Accurate security and lowered costs make the SightLogix system an ideal solution for the unique challenges facing correctional organizations.
Cost-Effective Thermal Technologies Steer Cameras into New Markets Las Vegas, NV (April 10, 2013) – At ISC West, SightLogix is showcasing its smart thermal analytics technologies that make the challenge of outdoor and perimeter security more practical and viable. From airport perimeters to maintenance yards, electric substations and critical infrastructure, the range of SightLogix’s smart […]
Princeton, NJ (January 29, 2013) – SightLogix, the leading smart thermal camera manufacturer for outdoor security applications, introduces the SightSensor NS60, a new low-cost addition to the SightSensor line of thermal video analytic cameras. With an MSRP of $4,995 in the United States, the NS60 brings thermal analytic accuracy and the clearest thermal images 24 hours/day to a broad range of price-sensitive applications.
Integration Provides Automated Security Awareness for Critical Assets Princeton, NJ (December 4, 2012) – SightLogix, Inc., the leading smart thermal camera manufacturer for perimeter security applications, announces integration of their SightTracker® pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) camera controller with Videotec’s ULISSE line of positioning devices. The integration gives users an accurate and cost-effective video security solution for comprehensive […]
Philadelphia, PA (September 10, 2012) – SightLogix, Inc., the leading intelligent thermal camera manufacturer for perimeter security applications, announces that the SightTracker pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) camera controller has been integrated with Pelco Spectra and Esprit cameras to automatically zoom and follow detected targets. As a result of the integration, SightLogix and Pelco customers can now benefit from hands-free PTZ tracking to assess intrusions over outdoor areas and site perimeters.
Philadelphia, PA (September 10, 2012) – At ASIS 2012, SightLogix®, the leading smart thermal camera manufacturer for perimeter security applications, is highlighting the intruder detection accuracy of their outdoor thermal video analytics systems for facilities located near water, including ports, bridges and other critical infrastructure assets.
SightLogix thermal video analytics systems have been chosen by the New York State Bridge Authority (NYSBA) to protect the Bear Mountain Bridge, Newburgh-Beacon Bridge, Mid-Hudson Bridge, Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge and the Rip Van Winkle Bridge which together serve more than 1 million Hudson River crossings each week.
Princeton, NJ (June 12, 2012) – John Romanowich, President and CEO of SightLogix®, Inc., will moderate a panel discussion on critical infrastructure protection at the 2012 Government Summit presented by the Security Industry Association (SIA) June 19-20 in Washington, D.C. Speakers for the panel include Charles Chambers Sr., Vice President, National Safe Skies Alliance, Inc.; William […]
Princeton, NJ (May 16, 2012) – The Security Industry Association (SIA) Standards Committee has unanimously elected John Romanowich, President and CEO of SightLogix, to chair the Association’s new Perimeter Security Subcommittee.
Mr. Romanowich was elected Perimeter Security Subcommittee chairman at the semi-annual SIA Standards meeting in March, at ISC West. Under his leadership, the Perimeter Security Subcommittee will chart a plan of action to address in-demand topics in the perimeter security field such as development of perimeter security standards, guidelines for perimeter operations, and performance and operational standards for perimeter technologies.