SightLogix Outdoor Video System Deployed at the World Trade Center
The SightLogix outdoor video system has been deployed to secure the World Trade Center perimeter in New York City. The perimeter security solution, which leverages SightLogix thermal video analytic cameras, is part of an integrated security system designed by engineers from Ducibella, Venter & Santore (DVS) and integrated by Diebold(see related article).
“SightLogix was founded to create an effective outdoor video analytic solution after observing video technology limitations at Ground Zero shortly after 9-11,” said John Romanowich, president and CEO, SightLogix. “We are honored to have our vision fulfilled through our selection to secure this key national asset.”
SightLogix said its Outdoor Video System uses image processing to deliver reliable, cost-efficient outdoor security. The company’s video analytic security camera systems function with a high degree of accuracy amid the many variables of the outdoor environment, and the Clear24 thermal cameras provide superior images 24-hours per day in all operating environments, the company stated.
The SightLogix solution includes Thermal and Visible SightSensor® video analytic cameras, Clear24™ thermal cameras, SightTracker™ automated PTZ/dome camera controllers for target identification, and SightMonitor® coordination and GPS target location topology map display software. Portable solutions include the Video Security Trailer (VST), a self-contained rapidly deployable perimeter security solution for temporary or long-term surveillance applications, and the Rapid Deployment Kit for first responders.