SightLogix Names BRC International as Manufacturer Rep for Mexico

SightLogix, a smart, thermal-camera manufacturer for perimeter security applications, has appointed BRC International as the manufacturer's representative for Mexico.

“BRC International brings best-of-breed capabilities including design, consulting, implementation and training skills to this important geography,” said John Romanowich, SightLogix president and CEO. “Combined with their expertise in IT-based security systems, they are well-positioned to expand deployment of SightLogix' outdoor video security systems in Mexico."

“There is a clear need throughout the region for protecting critical assets with cost-effective solutions that can operate with high-effectiveness outdoors,” said Krag Reinertson, co-founder of BRC International. “Our customers in Mexico will be well-served by SightLogix’ unique security capabilities.”

SightLogix has transformed video analytics technology to deliver accurate, cost-efficient outdoor security. SightSensors function with a high degree of accuracy amid the many variables of the outdoor environment, providing superior thermal images 24 hours-per day in all operating environments, including the temperate extremes found in Mexico.

BRC's management team has more than 20 years of experience with customers, including twelve years working in Latin America, projects for the Federal government, as well as protecting airports, seaports, law enforcement and city infrastructure. In addition to SightLogix technology, BRC offers other systems such as access control, video monitoring solutions, physical security information management (PSIM) software and integration services.

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