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.”
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.
After careful evaluation and multiple on-site demonstrations of perimeter security solutions over the course of three years, JAXPORT selected a SightLogix smart thermal video analytics system to keep their perimeter secure. For several weeks during this appraisal period, a thermal analytics system was installed at JAXPORT for evaluation. This testing confirmed that the SightLogix system functioned with a high degree of detection accuracy and low nuisance alerts, accurately detecting intruders over long distances. Testing also demonstrated that SightLogix’ edge-based camera system was compatible with the port’s existing command-and-control system.
Orlando, FL (September 20, 2011) – The SightLogix outdoor video system has been deployed to secure the World Trade Center perimeter in New York City. The perimeter security solution, which leverages SightLogix thermal video analytic cameras, is part of an integrated security system designed by engineers from Ducibella, Venter & Santore (DVS) and integrated by Diebold.
“SightLogix was founded to create an effective outdoor video analytic solution after observing video technology limitations at Ground Zero shortly after 9-11,” said John Romanowich, President and CEO, SightLogix. “We are honored to have our vision fulfilled through our selection to secure this key national asset.”
Princeton, NJ (October 26, 2010) – The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has selected SightLogix® outdoor video surveillance systems for deployment at the South Table Mountain campus in Golden, Colorado as well as at the National Wind Technology Center near Boulder, Colorado. Video intrusion detection systems incorporating SightLogix Thermal SightSensor cameras and SightTracker Pan Tilt Zoom […]
When taggers spray-painted the canvas construction fence at a 21-acre religious and cultural complex in Chino Hills,California, the incident indicated a need for better security. For the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan center located at the site, a robust perimeter protection system would be required to keep destructive intruders from possibly damaging an intricate and elaborate construction project going on inside the fence.