SightLogix Announces Thermal Security Solutions with New Technologies, Business Models and Partners

SightLogix is showcasing thermal intrusion detection solutions here at ISC West. Innovations on display include a new smart thermal security service called SightWrap that makes military-grade intrusion detection available for a low monthly cost, opening up exciting RMR opportunities for dealers; the new wide-area SightSensor XA smart thermal camera that can cover an area the size of a football field, and a unique integration with Axis for improved video assessment.

"SightLogix's smart thermal camera breakthroughs redefine the economics for outdoor security," said John Romanowich, President and CEO, SightLogix. "By increasing the performance of our solutions, reducing costs and offering services, SightLogix is transforming the way outdoor security can be achieved."

Among the technologies SightLogix is displaying at ISC West are three newly introduced solutions:

SightWrap places the power of a high-end intrusion detection system within reach of countless new customers who need to protect their outdoor assets from theft. This new approach to outdoor security requires no up-front capital costs - instead, the hardware, software and monitoring services are bundled into one package. SightWrap delivers all the benefits of SightLogix's established smart thermal imaging technology for an affordable monthly fee while providing RMR opportunities to a select group of certified channel partners.

SightSensor XA delivers extended wide-area coverage, enabling a single camera to protect an area as large as football field. This capability lets a single SightSensor XA replace four or more cameras resulting in the lowest cost per square meter for large outdoor security applications such as substations and utilities, rail, airports, energy and chemical facilities. By combining a higher resolution 640x480 imager with enhanced onboard video analytics, the SightSensor XA detects intruders with high accuracy and low nuisance alerts. And by reducing camera counts and the required support infrastructure, SightSensor XA delivers a highly cost-efficient solution for these applications.

SightTracker integration with Axis Communications Q60-E line of IP-based dome cameras combines accurate long-range detection with HD video assessment to provide end users with greater on-target detail than previously possible with no need for human intervention. When long-range SightTracker detects an intrusion, it automatically positions an Axis PTZ camera to view the target in great detail. With this new integration SightTracker now enables effective automated control of both IP dome and analog cameras.

In addition to the solutions described above, SightLogix will demonstrate their new third- generation SightSensor thermal camera. Engineered for low power consumption, this camera enables solar and wireless use to reduce the infrastructure requirements for outdoor security projects.

Because system infrastructure costs typically dwarf the cost of cameras themselves in such installations, these new-generation cameras will allow security systems to be installed in areas where it was not previously viable.

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