News | May 2, 2012

SightLogix Appoints Todd Brodrick As Western Region Sales Director


Brings Experience in IP Systems and Security to Automated Outdoor Video Leader

SightLogix, Inc., the leading smart thermal camera supplier for outdoor and perimeter security, announces the appointment of Todd Brodrick as its new Director of Sales in the Western United States. Mr. Brodrick comes to SightLogix with 14 years of sales experience that includes IP networked video systems and commercial security services.

“Todd has broad sales and management experience in the IP video security industry, with a proven track record of providing customers with the best technologies for their security applications,” said Dan Hearn, Vice President of Sales, SightLogix. “His deep customer relationships and proactive approach to problem-solving will benefit new and existing SightLogix customers in this important region.” 

Mr. Brodrick was previously Vice President of Gaming Sales in the Americas for Nice Systems, a provider of enterprise class open platform IP video products. From 1996 to 2008, Mr. Brodrick worked at Tyco International, first as Core Commercial Manager of Tyco's ADT Security Services (until 2002), and later as Western Regional Manager of Tyco's American Dynamics video business. 

SightLogix has transformed video analytics technology to deliver accurate, cost-efficient outdoor security. The company's innovative thermal analytics cameras provide a higher level of image processing for more accurate detection, clearer thermal images and lower cost.

About SightLogix, Inc.
SightLogix outdoor video security systems protect critical infrastructure and key assets of the transportation, energy, utility, chemical, datacenters, public safety, school and religious campuses, and defense industries. The company's systems provide full situational awareness to increase both the effectiveness and efficiency of security operations.  SightLogix systems include SightSensor video analytic detection cameras, Clear24 thermal cameras and SightTrackers that automatically steer PTZ cameras. For more information, visit

SOURCE: SightLogix, Inc.