PureTech Systems announce the addition of Christopher Sincock as Vice President, Channel Development. Chris brings over 30 years of broad ranging experience in the electronic security industry serving in roles ranging from Product Manager to President. Chris held executive leadership positions with Lenel Systems International where he created the Lenel OpenAccess Alliance Program, and with HID Global, Zenitel USA, Inc., and DAQ Electronics. Most recently, Chris served as a Physical Security & IoT Subject Matter Expert for Everbridge (formerly CNL) responsible for PSIM sales in North America.
PureTech Systems announced the issuance of a patent by the United States Patent Office – US Patent 11,288,517, System And Method For Deep Learning Enhanced Object Incident Detection. The ability to detect falling incidents is an increasing concern for cruise vessels, oil rigs, overpasses and buildings. The newly awarded patent for PureTech Systems addresses both the detection of falling incidents, as well as, overboard movements onto structures, such as cargo ships with the use of a Deep Learning neural network. In addition to providing necessary information to ships, the newly patented system can also be applied to anywhere a fall could occur.
PureTech successfully completed integration of short and long-range Counter UAS capabilities into its Autonomous Geospatial Border and Perimeter Protection C4ISR that addresses critical security threats, further demonstrating the system’s scalability and resiliency to enable all-domain command and control capabilities. At the testing range similar to a typical border operational environment, the PureActiv C4ISR was able to detect and track small UAS flying different evading trajectories within the range of deployed sensors that included 3D radars from SRC and Echodyne
PureTech Systems announced the successful integration of the OWL GroundAware GA1360 2D digital multibeam forming radar system with the PureActiv Rapid-Deploy Autonomous Perimeter Surveillance System (R-DAPSS). R-DAPSS is equipped with PureTech’s patented geospatial and AI boosted video analytics, PureActiv, which provides among the highest probability of detection while maintaining near-zero nuisance alarms for perimeter and wide-area protection.
PureTech Systems announced the successful integration of the Open Options DNA (Distributed Network Architecture) Fusion Access Control Suite into the PureActiv Geospatial Command and Control solution.
PureTech Systems is known as a market-leader in the development of AI Geospatial video analytics and command and control software products designed to help organizations secure their perimeters around critical infrastructure and country borders.
PureTech Systems is proud to announce and welcome Ilia Rosenberg as the Company’s Vice President of Federal Sector. In his prior role as Managing Director for Blue Ocean Advisory Group and ISR GeoSensing Mr. Rosenberg was responsible for managing programs related to national defense, security, as well as heading their Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning practices. PureTech is a privately owned company established in 2004 that develops location-based AI video analytics software.
PureTech Systems announce and welcome Todd Brayfield as the Company’s Director of North American Business Development. Todd is an experienced leader in the security industry with over 25 years of experience providing advanced security detection solutions on large enterprise products. Prior to joining PureTech, Todd served as Sales Manager for the Advanced Services Group at Johnson Controls with a focus on critical Infrastructure and advanced security technologies.
PureTech Systems announced the successful integration of PureActiv Software with the GroundAware Radar from Observation Without Limits (OWL). GroundAware is a ground surveillance sensor built around OWL’s simultaneous multi-beamforming Pulsed Doppler radar technology, delivering real-time situational awareness for critical infrastructure security applications. The PureActiv system auto-verifies the object detected and tracked by the radar as a person, vehicle, or other object type.
PureTech Systems announced the successful integration of the HENSOLDT SPEXER 360 Enhanced Radar into the PureActiv Geospatial Command and Control solution.
This deep integration enables users the ability to adjust the radar performance parameters within the PureActiv AlertView geospatial command and control client software. The enhanced radar system is deployed on Mobile Video Surveillance Systems designed for border protection.
PureTech Systems announced the successful deployments of PureActiv software with the Siklu gigabit wireless network. For security reasons the client cannot be discussed however, the combined solution of the Siklu network with the PureActiv software ensures the highest probability of detection at these U.S. based power generation plants. Additionally, the PureActiv software monitors the quality of the network and if a network link goes down, the PureActiv software immediately notifies the user.
PureTech Systems has announced receiving orders for its PureActiv software for over 135 Mobile Video Surveillance Systems (MVSS) vehicles being delivered to the Department of Homeland Security for use along the U.S. border. Delivery on the award began in 2020 and will conclude in the spring of 2021. The MVSS platform utilizes PureTech Systems’ PureActiv software as its central command and control, providing AI enhanced video detection and classification, user interface display, and sensor collaboration logic.
PureTech Systems is pleased to announce that deployment of its PureActiv wide area intrusion detection software system has been successfully completed at multiple Power Generation Sites in the U.S. PureActiv integrates PureTech’s market-leading geospatial AI video analytics and other sensor technologies into a seamless Common Operating Picture.
As the commercial drone market expands at an accelerating rate, so does the risk of malicious use of these devices and the need to successfully detect and take counter measures. This is the focus of the most recent PureTech Systems patent approval. System and Method for Autonomous PTZ Tracking of Aerial Targets (US Patent No 9,652,860 B1), grants claims for video-based detection and tracking of targets against a featureless background, such as airborne aircraft and drones. The patent leverages the PureTech’s continued research and development using geospatial video analytics for both security and safety applications.