Princeton, NJ (April 22, 2020) – SightLogix introduces a breakthrough in outdoor security that analyzes detected targets from both thermal and visible sensors simultaneously for high detection accuracy and reduced false alarms. Dual Sensor Video Analytics (DSA) is a major step forward for making a smart video system into a reliable, 24-hour security solution.
With this integration, end users, dealers and central stations gain a highly reliable intruder detection, video management and alarm verification solution for protecting outdoor areas. When an outdoor intruder is detected by a SightSensor, event data is sent with pre, post and live video directly to OWS to generate alerts and real-time notifications to users or central station automation software, including Bold Technologies ManitouNEO, MAS MASterMind, I-View Now, and others. Businesses gain actionable intelligence by improving the accuracy of alerts and security personnel can verify alarms, view video details about the intrusion and proactively respond to threats in real time.
Princeton, NJ (March 5, 2019) – SightLogix, the technology leader for smart thermal cameras, today introduced the SightSensor TC product line, which adds high-definition visible color to SightLogix’s longstanding reputation for outstanding thermal detection.The SightSensor TC uses an ideal outdoor intrusion sensor – thermal video – to detect targets with high accuracy in darkness, rain, and snow. An integrated HD visible imager provides color video assessment. With powerful onboard video processing, SightSensor TC analytics maximize the full dynamic range of the thermal imager to detect intruders with great accuracy. The camera also provides a clear, high-contrast thermal image that can be used for assessment. Both thermal and color streams are viewable through a wide-range of third-party VMS systems.
Princeton, NJ (Feb 19, 2019) – SightLogix, the technology leader for smart thermal camera systems, announced today that Charlie Platipodis, a security industry veteran with over 30 years of executive sales leadership, has joined the company as vice president of sales and marketing. “I was immediately struck by the company’s passion for building products on a foundation of great detection and high performance. Securing outdoors has always been hard, but SightLogix is really at the vanguard with a system that detects intruders at an impressively high level of reliability.”
SightLogix president and CEO John Romanowich will be a featured speaker on the Video Monitoring Panel at the 2019 Barnes Buchanan Security Conference, Feb 7-9 in Palm Beach, FL. John will join a panel of executives and thought leaders who will share their strategies for success in the rapidly growing video RMR business. The group will examine the large market opportunity and how to effectively deploy these technologies to grow RMR. This is a great opportunity to learn directly from the pioneers at the forefront of this industry.
SightLogix CEO John Romanowich will host an informative webcast being held by The Monitoring Association (formerly CSAA) that will discuss the large RMR growth opportunity from remote outdoor video intrusion monitoring. Many private equity funded companies are growing their remote outdoor video intrusion monitoring RMR in excess of 50% per year, and several large guarding companies are growing this segment of their businesses over 20% per year, with increasing profitability.
NVMC Uses SightLogix and SureView’s Immix to Reduce Costs and Increase Efficiency National Video Monitoring (NVMC), established in 2007, is one the largest and oldest focused-providers of live video security monitoring in the U.S. The company, based in Marietta, Ga., provides both a direct sale and installation offering, as well as a channel partner program […]
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.
Princeton, NJ (Sep 11, 2018) – Ron Rothman, a prominent industry veteran with a longstanding record of building and transforming security businesses, has joined SightLogix’s board of directors. Ron brings over thirty years of security leadership, rising from inside sales to president of the Honeywell Security Group & ADI Distribution (2010 to 2015), a global $3 Billion strategic business unit within Honeywell Automation and Control Solutions. Most recently, Ron served as senior vice president of sales and business development for AFA Protective Systems, Inc., an SDM top twenty-five integrator and a leader in the design, installation, and service of fire, access, intrusion and video security systems.
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.
Today, SightLogix announced WebConfig, an intuitive, browser-based interface for configuring SightSensor smart thermal cameras. “SightLogix set-and-forget, never-tune analytics reduces the cost and complexity of outdoor security,” said John Romanowich, SightLogix president and CEO. “WebConfig enhances these key capabilities with an easy-to-use interface that reduces the time and effort to achieve unparalleled outdoor security.”
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.
Princeton, NJ – (October 25, 2017) Today, SightLogix introduces SightSensor HD, a high performance, price-leading thermal-visible smart camera for securing outdoor areas. The dual-stream SightSensor HD combines a thermal sensor for intruder detection, a high-definition color imager for detection verification, integrated video analytics and NIR illumination. The breakthrough security camera is available now through certified SightLogix integrators.
SightLogix, announces that Mark D. Steele has joined the Company’s Board of Directors. Mark is a 30-year veteran of the consumer products and management consulting industries. After senior management roles with Warner Lambert and Procter & Gamble, Steele most recently served as CEO of The NeoStrata Company where he led the successful sale of the company to Johnson & Johnson. Mark also received the 2012 Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
Princeton, NJ and Schio, Italy (March 1, 2017) – SightLogix, Inc., the leading smart thermal camera manufacturer for perimeter intrusion detection applications, announces the integration of their SightTracker® PTZ controller with Videotec’s ULISSE Compact HD PTZ. The combined solution gives users an accurate and cost-effective security solution for detecting, tracking and assessing intrusions in the outdoors.
Princeton, NJ (Oct 19, 2016) – SightLogix has published a nuisance alarms reduction design guide to assist integrators, architects and engineers, and site managers responsible for planning, selecting, and installing a smart video-based security system. “Securing Outdoor Assets with Trusted Alerts” offers practical advice about using outdoor video to secure critical assets with high reliability and low costs.