SightLogix Names Fiber Networks as Manufacturer's Representative

SightLogix Inc. has appointed Fiber Networks Inc. to represent its intelligent video surveillance systems for perimeter security applications in northern New Jersey, metropolitan New York City and Long Island.

Fiber Networks has more than 30 years of experience as a manufacturer's rep firm focused on sales and marketing of products and services in challenging environments. The firm specializes in transportation security applications for highways, bridges, tunnels, subways, rail and airports. Fiber Networks assists in network design and solutions to connect video, voice and data systems using fiber, networks, IP and wireless systems.

“Fiber Networks has vast practical knowledge of the critical infrastructure security market that SightLogix serves,” said Dan Hearn, vice president of sales, SightLogix. “They have an excellent track record in providing comprehensive public safety solutions and are well positioned to expand deployments of our outdoor video analytics systems in this region.”

“We welcome SightLogix as the latest addition to our select group of manufacturers,” said Josh Fein, vice president of Fiber Networks Inc. “Our customers have a great need for affordable outdoor video systems that can operate with a high degree of accuracy in the outdoors, and will be well served through the application of SightLogix' unique solution.”

SightLogix provides a combination of edge-based video analytics, long and wide area coverage and geo-spatial target tracking that has been deployed around the world to meet the critical security needs of the transportation, energy, utility, chemical, information technology, public safety and defense industries.

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