PureTech improves security at highly sensitive sites in Mexico


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PureTech has announced a new contract award for confidential facilities in Mexico.  

According to the company, this award includes its User Interface, PureActiv AlertView, in Spanish, a new relationship with Global Justice Solutions (GJS) and an integration with Silent Sentinel’s NexOS platform. 

“We’re excited to protect these facilities in Mexico,” said Larry Bowe, Jr., CEO of PureTech.  

“This is a testament to PureTech’s dedication to creating safe environments through strategic relationships and integrations.”  

GJS is a company focused on delivering solutions for justice and public safety in Latin America.  

“This collaboration offers a comprehensive, seamlessly integrated security solution,” said Dinorah Santos, Principal of GJS.  

“From the deployment of advanced surveillance and cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI)-boosted video analytics, our unified approach is designed to ensure unparalleled protection and security.” 

Silent Sentinel offers electro-optical (EO) and infrared (IR) sensors, and has expertise in both cooled and uncooled, long-range thermal camera platforms.  

PureTech’s mission 

“By combining our state-of-the-art, customizable NexOS platform for long-range surveillance and PureTech’s autonomous PTZ Auto-follow, we are revolutionizing the Mexican market with our cutting-edge solutions,” said Ryan Workman of Silent Sentinel. 

PureTech highlights that it is dedicated to ensuring the integrity of critical infrastructure and safety of personnel not just in the US and Mexico, but across the globe.

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