FutureSentry, Miami, a developer of an automated detection solution designed to enhance perimeter security, opened a new manufacturing facility in Elkton, Va., that will manufacture and assemble the company’s flagship solution, the FutureSentry FirstResponder.
The new building enables FutureSentry to enhance production of the FutureSentry FirstResponder. By leveraging advanced algorithms, the FutureSentry FirstResponder automatically identifies potentially dangerous targets within 700 feet, and tracks objects to deter criminal behavior. Once it detects motion in a user-defined area, the system illuminates activity with a high-intensity LED light. The system mimics the actions of a security guard to deter criminal behavior before loss or damage occurs. When integrated with IP or analog surveillance cameras, the solution captures valuable video evidence for forensic analysis.
“Our new manufacturing facility allows us to embrace advanced equipment and manufacturing processes to enhance the FutureSentry perimeter detection solution,” said Jaak Rannik, chief executive officer, FutureSentry. “Furthermore, the new location enables us to streamline research and development, and provide world-class support to our growing network of security integration partners.”
Over the past year, FutureSentry has experienced significant support from the security industry, the company said. In response it named Rolland Trayte to the new role of senior advisor. In this role, Trayte serves as the chief advisor directly focused on building the FutureSentry reseller network.
“FutureSentry is a world-class security solution that enables security teams to be more proactive and shorten response times before loss occurs,” Trayte said. “I am thrilled to be working alongside the talented team as we look to build the company’s relationships with the integration community.”