SightLogix 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. Both thermal and color streams are viewable through a wide-range of third-party VMS systems.
SightLogix announced 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. Charlie is a well-known and highly respected sales executive with an extensive record of success. Most recently, he served as vice president of sales and vice president of national accounts for SecurityLink, where he helped grow the company to number two in North America.
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. According to the US Department of Homeland Security, more than 75% of the US population receives drinking water or has sanitary sewerage treated by the wastewater system.
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 to SightLogix, rising from inside sales to president of the Honeywell Security Group & ADI Distribution, 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.
SightLogix announced WebConfig, an intuitive, browser-based interface for configuring SightSensor smart thermal cameras. The initial version of WebConfig supports SightSensor HD, the affordable thermal-visible detection camera announced last October. Future releases of WebConfig will support the entire SightLogix product line. Future releases of WebConfig will support the entire SightLogix product line.
SightLogix smart thermal cameras are providing data center physical security 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 data center physical security system. TIM’s data center boasts an international reputation as one of the most innovative and dependable facilities of its kind.
SightLogix, Inc., the technology leader for smart thermal cameras that protect outdoor areas, announces that Mark D. Steele has joined the Company’s Board of Directors. Steele joins a distinguished Board of industry leaders in their pursuit to deliver a new level of accurate outdoor security to protect critical assets and commercial businesses around the world. Steele is a 30-year veteran of the consumer products and management consulting industries.
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. With this integration, SightTracker has been enhanced from supporting Videotec analog cameras to also control Videotec IP-based Compact HD PTZ cameras, using ONVIF profile S
SightLogix, the leader in smart thermal camera solutions for outdoor security applications, announced a further expansion to their sales organization with the hire of Chandler Hunt as District Sales Manager for the Southwestern U.S. Region.
SightLogix President and CEO John Romanowich will host a webcast on substation security on Wednesday, February 11, at 2 PM EST. The webcast will present common sense advice for protecting substations effectively and affordably, while meeting key physical security requirements of the NERC reliability standard.