Among the solutions Shooter Detection Systems demonstrated at ISC West 2023 included, “SDS Powered by Alarm.com.” The company explains this solution combines its active shooter technologies with the Alarm.com for Business platform.
SDS says Harrell will help the company understand the national security implications of gun violence and active shooter threats, as well as serve to educate the public about solutions like gunshot detection and integrated security technologies.
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The acquisition is said to create growth opportunities for service providers in enterprise and other markets.
The concepts and designs in the new patent are what SDS sells as The Guardian Tester, a field testing device used by authorized dealers.
The new capability from Shooter Detection Systems will instantly send shot alerts directly to a central station monitoring service, without any hosted software required on the customer premises.
SDS will be the premier distributor of X.Labs’ Feevr, an AI-based, non-contact thermal imaging technology designed to detect individuals in a crowd with an elevated temperature.
Shooter Detection Systems states the solution will alert building occupants and law enforcement to shooting incidents in the theaters.
With key technology integrations, SDS shot detections will automate critical emergency actions to reduce response time to active shooter incidents.
The third annual Security Solutions Awards program – spotlighting applications in access, fire/life safety, home controls, intrusion, monitoring, surveillance and more – salutes security product deployments.