News and Announcements

Announcing Release 15.10

Date: March 12, 2019

Release 15.10 of SightLogix system software introduces a number of improvements, as explained in the Release Notes for 15.10

Highlights of the release include:

  • Introducing SightSensor TC - The SightSensor TC is a dual-video smart camera that uses  high-clarity thermal for detection and HD visible color for alarm assessment. Learn more at https://www.sightlogix.com/sightsensor-tc/
  • Stabilizer Improvements - All SightSensor models now automatically use either image or gyroscope stabilization to improve detection performance. 
  • NTP Stability - A issue has been fixed which sometimes caused a camera to fail to set initial time from the NTP server on boot-up when in static IP mode. Enhanced NTP debug information is now available on the WebConfig network page.
  • Syslog Server Support: Logging to an external syslog server feature has been restored. WebConfig login attempts and ssh login attempts are logged to the syslog.
  • SightSensor HD2XX Thermal Video stream: The visual quality of the infrared video stream has been improved for the SightSensor HD2XX cameras.
  • Third Party Support - This release adds support for VMS's from OpenEye and Aimetis Senstar Symphony, and PTZs from 360 Vision Predator HD 30x  and Ulisse Compact Delux PTZ. 
  • This release also addresses any previously reported software bugs and enhancements, as discussed in the Release Note.

  • Click here for the Release 15.10 Release Note

  •  Contact SightLogix for information about obtaining the new release for your existing products.

Announcing Release 15.8

Date: Oct 5, 2018

Release 15.8 of SightLogix Security System software introduces a number of changes, including the highlights below:

  • GPS Map Calibration in WebConfig 
    WebConfig can now calibrate SightSensors for use with SightTracker  to automatically steer ONVIF PTZ cameras to follow targets. Previously, this functionality required Windows-based SightMonitor. 
  • WebConfig version of SightTracker.
    You can now use the WebConfig interface to configure and calibrate  SightTracker.  Previously, this functionality required Windows-based SightMonitor. 
  • This release also addresses any previously reported software bugs and enhancements, as discussed in the Release Note.

  • Click here for the Release 15.8 Release Note

  •  Contact SightLogix for information about obtaining the new release for your existing products.

Announcing Release 15.6.85

Date: June 29, 2018

This software release of the Enterprise Security System upgrades the Coordination System (CS) to version 15.6.8 and the camera firmware to version 15.6.85 for the 15.x firmware family, 10.10.61 for 10.x firmware family and 5.6.6976 for previous generations. 

Release 15.6 of SightLogix Security System software introduced support for WebConfig, an intuitive browser-based configuration interface. Today's release extends WebConfig support from SightSensor HD to all SightSensors. Note that SightTracker, target mapping and map-based calibration are not supported in this version of WebConfig. This release also addresses any previously reported software bugs and enhancements, as discussed in the Release Note, below.

Introducing WebConfig

Date: May 9, 2018

We've introduced a new,  browser-based interface for configuring SightSensor smart thermal cameras. WebConfig is an alternative to the SightMonitor, the Windows-based software for configuring SightSensors. The first version of WebConfig supports SightSensor HD, the dual-video thermal/visible camera announced last year. Future versions of WebConfig will support the full product line. 

Learn More about WebConfig: 

Announcing the SightSensor HD

Thermal-Visible Smart Camera

Date: Oct 25, 2017

Today, SightLogix introduced SightSensor HD, a high performance, thermal-visible smart camera for securing outdoor areas. The dual-stream SightSensor HD combines a thermal sensor for intruder detection, a high-definition color imager for detection verification, integrated video analytics and NIR illumination.  

Learn More about SightSensor HD: