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April 6, 2002
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With security more critical than ever for companies, physical security application service provider Vigilos last week landed $5.6 million in its first round of funding.
Vigilos hopes to sell to large companies that seek to integrate their disparate physical security systems, such as video, access control, and intrusion alarms. Vigilos has the only service that integrates and displays data from these systems on a single management console.
The Seattle company's service can correlate data across physical security systems, CEO Geof Barker explains. For instance, video-surveillance photos can be compared with data on unauthorized attempts to enter buildings, or such photos can be matched against point-of-sale systems data to detect theft and fraud.
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