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.
Our eyes work by seeing contrast between objects that are illuminated by either the sun or another form of light. How thermal cameras work is by “seeing” heat energy from objects. All objects – living or not – have heat energy that thermal cameras use to detect an image. This is why thermal cameras can operate at all […]
Achieving accurate perimeter security with a thermal video camera comes down to knowing the nature and location of an intrusion, allowing an effective response. While there are a number of options available for perimeter security, using a thermal video camera with video analytics has become a strong contender for best-of-breed in this area. Thermal video analytic […]
Achieving reliable thermal perimeter security around electrical utilities, chemical plants, airports, data centers, sea ports, rail facilities, and other critical assets often comes down to detection accuracy and solution cost. While there are a number of options available for perimeter security, thermal cameras have become a strong contender for best-of-breed. Recent developments in processing for thermal cameras take […]
Five years ago, SightLogix launched the SightSensor with the goal to make the world safer by automating video with a high degree of accuracy outdoors. Our measuring stick was and still is customer satisfaction in the form of repeat business and enthusiastic references. Having secured hundreds of locations, including some of the most notable in […]
Thermal cameras operate by sensing heat from objects. All objects – living or not – emit heat that thermal cameras can detect due to their sensitivity. Because heat is always available, day or night, thermal cameras can operate at all times, ranging from bright sun to complete darkness. For these reasons, thermal cameras have become the best choice for “seeing in […]