Princeton, NJ (November 14, 2018) – Smart thermal cameras from SightLogix are being used to protect the Louvre Abu Dhabi museum on Saadiyat Island, located alongside Abu Dhabi’s coast. The smart thermal intruder detection system has been providing waterside security around this innovative architectural facility since opening to the public in 2017.
Princeton, NJ (Nov 6, 2018) – SightLogix smart thermal cameras are being used to secure water utilities globally against unauthorized intrusions and potential sabotage. These sites select the SightLogix system for its ability to detect intruders over large outdoor areas with great accuracy and low costs, enabling the rapid, reliable, early-detection system that water utilities require.
SightLogix smart thermal cameras have been deployed to protect Tier 1 and Tier 2 electrical substations for a major utility serving the southern United States. The organization has been deploying the SightLogix intrusion detection system to reduce risk, increase safety, prevent copper theft, and satisfy NERC CIP 14 regulations. The system detects intruders with high accuracy day and night, regardless of bright sun, complete darkness, or bad weather.
SightLogix smart thermal cameras have been deployed to protect the data center for Telecom Italia Mobile (TIM) in Acilia Rome, Italy. CRISMA Security, a Rome-based security integrator and SightLogix certified partner, designed and implemented the smart security system, which has been protecting the data center since 2016.
There are millions of miles of oil and gas pipelines that are critical to the world economy. A lot depends on the safe and environmentally sound operation of networks of pipelines spanning long distances through remote areas and varied terrain. Pipeline security solutions need to protect against sabotage, vandalism, supply disruption, and monitor for leaks […]
Princeton, NJ (July 29, 2014) − SightSensor video analytic thermal cameras from SightLogix have been deployed to increase security of the nation’s rail system for a major Class 1 railroad. The advanced video detection technology is being funded through the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s 2011 Freight Rail Security Grant Program (FRSGP). Funds are allocated to freight railroad carriers that own railways in order to strengthen their ability to protect against threats, and to maintain the security of critical surface rail infrastructure such as bridges and tunnels. Communication Concepts Inc., a Florida-based certified SightLogix systems integrator was awarded the contract to design and install the 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 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.
In July 2011, a security consultant suggested the NYSBA look at the SightSensor, a motion-based video surveillance tool, for possible use on and around the Hudson River bridges. The system has been operational for about a year and a half, providing a “huge return on investment,” while the authority “relies on the technology on a 24/7 basis.”