ViaLogy Powers Los Angeles County Radiation Monitoring Network

PASADENA, California , August 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- ViaLogy LLC ("ViaLogy") announces it has signed a contract to deploy its SPM(TM) (Sensor Policy Manager(TM)) product as the sensor integration engine as part of a Safety and Security system...

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. For more information, visit our website at

About Safe Environment Engineering:

Safe Environment Engineering (SEE) manufactures, integrates and develops systems focused around the safety and security of people and the environment. The Company specializes in systems allowing our customers to comply with many federal and global standards that increase safety and reduce costs. The Lifeline family of products include, wireless network adapters for sensors, Pocket PC/Mobile safety applications and custom portable battery powered wireless gateways. The Company integrates its products with other essential systems in vehicle based command and control build-outs. SEE was chosen to implement its systems as part of a Department of Homeland Security Los Angeles pilot to integrate public safety chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive sensor systems. SEE actively participates in the Emergency Interoperability Consortium ( For more information, visit our web site at

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