Super Bowl LI using security video technology from Fort Collins incubator to help see people at night

Jemez Technology, the technology firm that spun out of the Fort Collins incubator Innosphere, has its eagle eyes on Houston as the city prepares for the big Super Bowl LI game on Sunday.

The Los Alamos, N.M., company was tapped by the city of Houston and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for its video-analytics technology, which is used by camera partner Axis Communications. Its Eagle-i Edge software works with Axis thermal cameras to detect body heat so surveillance cameras at night can pick up what guards and regular security cameras can’t see. The camera system is set up to monitor the edges of Discovery Green Park, where the 10-day Super Bowl Live event is taking place.