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Digital Video Sensor

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Silent Witness has completed development of its new Digital Video Sensor for Stanley Access Technologies.

Silent Witness has completed the first development phase of, and has received its first order for, its new Digital Video Sensor for Stanley Access Technologies, a division of The Stanley Works – a supplier of doors, access technology, and hardware. The Digital Video Sensor system integrates current automatic door solution for large industrial and commercial sites offering safety and security. The system is the result of the joint development and manufacturing agreement signed by Stanley Access Technologies and Silent Witness in November 2000. Dave Warkentin, Director of Sales and Marketing at Silent Witness says: ?We are pleased with the successful completion of this ground-breaking product. This system demonstrates our expertise in designing and manufacturing innovative digital video technology. We look forward to
beginning the second phase of development.? Bill Merrill, Product Manager for Stanley Access Technologies says: ?We are impressed with the outcome of our joint venture with Silent Witness. It is a significant milestone for both companies as the Digital Video Sensor system is the first of its kind in the automatic door industry. This product delivers both safety and security for automatic doors in one highly advanced unit.? The Digital Video Sensor uses built-in intelligence and replaces current microwave and infrared technology with video technology to control the opening and closing of commercial sliding doors. Vito Spinelli, Senior Project Manager of Stanley Access Technologies, says: ?The use of ?smart? technology in this system, makes it the most advanced product in the automatic door industry. This technology goes far beyond existing sensor technologies for automatic doors.? See www.silentwitness.com.

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