PureTech Systems’ Announces Successful Deployments with Siklu
Siklu and PureTech have deployed perimeter protection at high security power generation plants across the United States
PureTech Systems announced today the successful deployments of PureActiv® software with the Siklu gigabit wireless network.
The PureTech real-time AI video processing system relies on receiving low latency, quality, error free video streams. The Siklu mmWave systems are the perfect complement as they provide gigabit capacities and highly flexible, rapid deployment of a network connecting cameras where ever they may be to the PureTech solution.
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 in the event the loss is due to a perimeter attack. TSG Solutions Inc., a Continental Mapping Company, is the integrator that architected and deployed the perimeter protection solution.
“As the wireless network for the security systems at Nuclear Power plants, this means you have to be rock solid and immune to jamming with down times measured in seconds per year,” Said Alex Doorduyn, vice president and general manager of Americas for Siklu. “ Not only does the network have to be always on and available, it has to have the gigabit capacities new cameras and sensors demand. The images and data that form the input for PureTech advanced algorithms have to be as they come from the camera without network latency or artifacts.”
“PureActiv® provides a fully integrated automated perimeter security system for the most critical facilities and infrastructure ” said PureTech Systems president Larry Bowe. “PureTech Systems software outperforms other analytics in detection range and accuracy of detection and classification, allowing security personnel to more efficiently and effectively identify threats.”