Hillsboro, OR and Woodbridge, NJ—February 27, 2015—Fiber SenSys, Inc. (FSI), a world leader in the design and development of fiber-optic sensing technologies for security applications, and Intelligent Security Systems (ISS), a leading Video Management Systems (VMS) and video analytic software vendor, announced today that they have completed a successful integration of an FSI IP alarm with the ISS flagship product, SecurOS Video Management System (VMS) Version 8.3.

The integration involved FD300 Series Alarm Processor Units (APU) with SecurOS Version 8.3. The FD342 APU can be located remotely (up to 20 kilometers) and has the option of up to 5 kilometer sensing cable. This sensor cable is immune to EMI, RFI, and lightning and has over 25 configuration parameters to optimize system performance in even the harshest enviornments.

SecurOS solutions are noted for their ability to integrate with an endless number of other third party solutions, including alarm systems, access control, and building management systems. As a company that specializes in video analytics and enterprise level VMS, ISS solutions deploy advanced algorithms, which produce very accurate images, whether one is dealing with day or night conditions, moving vehicles, or various unfavorable weather conditions. SecurOS Version 8.3 is noted for its support of an unlimited number of users using SecurOS IVS Video Wall and its Edge Storage Sync that fills in gaps for recorded data on a camera’s edge storage. It also has a SecurOS Health Monitor feature, a self diagnostic tool that can monitor video streams from multi-streaming cameras and the availability of video streams from remote systems, and a Layout Editor that allows one to customize the dimension and arrangement of cells to display video from cameras and move any camera to any cell of the custom layout.

“With this integration, we now give the operator the ability to zero in on just what is going on in any given zone of the fence,” said Aluisio Figueiredo, Chief Operating Officer of ISS. “The zone in question lights up, which leaves no guess work for the operator. This saves time and increases overall safety.”

“We see a lot of synergies here between both companies,” said Bill Evenson, Vice President of Fiber SenSys. “Our ability to custom fit a solution to the customer’s needs parallels the ISS approach. In addition, the way our solutions complement each other enhances security and provides the sort of automated intelligence required in high security operations. We look forward to working closely with ISS on various projects around the world.”

About Fiber SenSys Fiber SenSys, Inc., headquartered in Hillsboro, OR, with offices worldwide, is the market leading manufacturer of fiber-optic intrusion detection solutions for perimeter security. Since 1990, Fiber SenSys products have been protecting the most critical resources in the world. Fiber SenSys offers the only fiber-optic sensor systems designated PL-1N by the US Air Force — the highest security designation approved for protecting the most critical resources.

Fiber SenSys accomplishments include best industry performance with low nuisance/false alarm rates (NAR/FAR), advanced tuning capabilities, and products designed to withstand the harshest environments by providing immunity to lightning, electrical interference and corrosion.

Fiber SenSys is a wholly-owned subsidiary of OPTEX CO., LTD, the world’s largest manufacturer of outdoor security sensors. Optex is publicly traded on the Tokyo stock exchange. 

Fiber SenSys Public Relations and Marketing at:

Marketing@fibersensys.com 1-800-641-8150 or 1-503-726-4430

About Intelligent Security Systems (ISS) ISS, headquartered in Woodbridge, NJ, and with offices worldwide, is a leader in video management and analytic software, and provides a comprehensive line of digital security and surveillance video solutions. They are on the forefront of on-demand security, which allows for centralized command and control of an entire enterprise security network. Smart video subsystems include Face Capture & Recognition, Traffic Monitoring, Transit & Cargo Container Recognition, License Plate Recognition, and Object Tracking, as well as dedicated solutions for POS (shrinkage detection) and ATM systems. ISS has successfully deployed over 100,000 systems in command of over 1.5 million cameras worldwide. The development team has over 20 years of experience creating highly intelligent security solutions. For more information about ISS, please visit www.isscctv.com


Emilio Dabul, emilio.dabul@drivepr.com; 732-910-8795

Aluisio Figueiredo, aluisio@isscctv.com; 732-855-1111

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