CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif.–Frank De Fina, who has worked with video surveillance companies such as Panasonic, Samsung and Sightlogix, has joined Hikvision USA, one of the fastest growing video surveillance companies, Hikvision announced today.
PRINCETON, N.J.—The new mandatory physical security requirements for protecting the nation’s electric grid are explained in a new whitepaper, published in January by smart thermal camera provider SightLogix.
PRINCETON, N.J.—SightSensor video analytic thermal cameras from SightLogix have been deployed at a major Class 1 railroad. The installation is being funded through the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s 2011 Freight Rail Security Grant Program.
LAS VEGAS—Showing the third-generation Thermal SightSensor camera at ISC West, Sightlogix CEO John Romanowich proclaimed that this iteration of the camera will “bring accurate outdoor security to the mass market."
ORLANDO, Fla.—There was plenty of news being made at ASIS 2011, which took place at the Orange County Convention Center Sept. 19-21. Below are some editor round-ups from ventured out onto the show floor to collect news and other goings-on.
PRINCETON, N.J.—SightLogix, a supplier of intelligent video systems for outdoor areas and perimeter security, on Feb. 8 announced the appointment of Guy Walker as its new director of sales for the Northeast U.S. and Canada. Walker has extensive experience as a consultative salesperson in the security industry. For the past eight years, he has managed the same territory for several manufacturers including GE (IFS). Most recently, Walker helped customers transition from analog to IP communication technology at Communication Networks (ComNet).
PRINCETON, N.J.—SightLogix, a supplier of intelligent video systems for outdoor areas and perimeter security, on Jan. 25 announced the appointment of Tim Fagin as its new director of support services. Fagin will be responsible for developing and implementing channel training, best practices and support programs.
Fagin joins SightLogix following five years with Tech Electronics, a security integration firm, where he led all aspects of technical service delivery including responsibility for sales, field technicians, system inspections and technical help desk.