Sensity Provides High-Tech Lights At Newark Airport
Feb 18, 2014 09:32 AM
The New York Times Tuesday reported that Newark Liberty International is using special light fixtures "outfitted with special chips and connect to sensors, cameras and one another over a wireless network. Data that is collected — say, a particular car pulling up to the terminal — can then be mined and analyzed for a broad range of applications. Systems like the Port Authority's, developed by a company called Sensity Systems, called Sensity Systems, could soon be more widely available."
To read the entire story, visithttp://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/18/business/at-newark-airport-the-lights-are-on-and-theyre-watching-you.html?_r=0.
See a related interview conducted by AAAE President and CEO Todd Hauptli with Sensity Systems CEO Hugh Martin at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmMKRT77OPA&feature=share&list=PL66mSGyBAhp0g_OV_ihLJ-xIcIVmmyz8c&index=1.
In the interview, Martin discusses a transformational approach to LED lighting, as well as direct airport-related applications made possible through a new networked platform allowing for the utilization of video analytics, cloud computing and big data.