ViaLogy Signs Strategic Agreement With Swan Island

PASADENA, CA /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- ViaLogy LLC, the company that integrates information from IP-based sensor networks, announces a strategic partnership with Swan Island Networks Inc. of Portland, Oregon, a recognised leader in the design and deployment of next-generation sensitive information systems.

The two companies will combine Vialogy's SPM (Sensor Policy Manager) with TIES, Swan Island Networks' innovative managed service offering, to create an intelligent sensor network. SPM will collect alert information from multiple networked sensors and instantly present it in a tailored, pre-determined way using the TIES (Trusted Information Exchange Service) platform from Swan Island Networks. The process reduces to an integrated central screen the multiple displays that must now be monitored, reduces the number of human monitors that are now necessary, provides more immediate access to priority information, and results in quicker response time.

This capability introduces a powerful new tool to the physical security information management market. It provides an in-depth common operating picture (COP) in which sophisticated sensor data is correlated with geospatial information, breaking news feeds, open-source and proprietary data, alerts of all kinds, incident reports, points of interest, weather reports and forecasts, and more. Swan already has a substantial installed base of systems in place and hopes to incorporate SPM as a value-added service.

"Speed and diversity of information sources are critical to today's situational awareness," said Pete O'Dell, Founder/Director of Swan Island Networks. "As a result of our partnership with ViaLogy we can bring our customers on-site incident alerts fused with traffic and weather news, possible related incidents, global alerts and more, giving those customers an enhanced ability to prepare, prevent, respond to or recover from critical or catastrophic events."

"We are delighted that Swan Island and ViaLogy will be deploying SPM to address the requirement for improved and coordinated sensor monitoring in a networked environment," said Robert W. Dean, President and CEO of ViaLogy. "We offer turnkey networked sensor monitoring software for public and commercial enterprise. When integrated into Swan Island's TIES it provides complete visual awareness of dangerous and rapidly changing situations."

About ViaLogy
ViaLogy is a leading innovator of network-centric, real-time signal processing platforms for sensor applications. ViaLogy is currently deploying and designing computational systems, powered by its patented technologies, for applications in life sciences, public safety and security, surveillance, defense and geoseismology. Vialogy focuses on market driven problems where automation, timeliness, quality and reliability of information processing are essential. ViaLogy's core competency incorporates rapidly and accurately detecting weak signals buried in high noise background and clutter. This technology can be employed to solve problems involving sensor integration and information overload challenges involving video, telephony and control sensors, as well as for enhancement of numerous signal processing applications.

About Swan Island Networks
Swan Island Networks, Inc., founded in 2002, is a recognized leader in the design and deployment of next-generation sensitive information sharing systems. The company's innovative managed service offering, TIES, is driving dynamic crisis management and information sharing capabilities to public and private professionals concerned with safety, security and operations; and providing a trusted technology framework for professional social networks.

TIES aggregates thousands of disparate data sources, including alert notifications and geospatial information; displays consolidated information and feeds in situational awareness dashboards; ensures targeted dissemination to PCs and mobile devices; allows end users to customize and personalize their TIES experience; supports scalable trusted social networks, and enables authenticated stakeholders to share information in designated Communities of Trust.

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