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Read: ShotSpotter Boosts Software Portfolio With Leeds Acquisition

ShotSpotter Boosts Software Portfolio With Leeds Acquisition

ShotSpotter says the acquired CrimeCenter investigative case management software will expand its suite of law enforcement solutions.

Read: Shotspotter Patent Advances Machine Learning Accuracy for Gunshot Detection

Shotspotter Patent Advances Machine Learning Accuracy for Gunshot Detection

The patent covers the conversion of multiple features of the audio event into a set of visual displays that are combined into a single image mosaic.

Read: ShotSpotter Acquires HunchLab to Apply AI-Enabled Crime Forecasting

ShotSpotter Acquires HunchLab to Apply AI-Enabled Crime Forecasting

HunchLab is said to utilize risk modeling and machine learning to help forecast when and where crimes are likely to emerge.

Read: ShotSpotter Expands Verizon Partnership With Reseller Agreement

ShotSpotter Expands Verizon Partnership With Reseller Agreement

Verizon will resell ShotSpotter Flex, which is said to assist law enforcement agencies by quickly directing police to the location of gunfire incidents.

Read: ShotSpotter Reports Q1 2018 Financial Results

ShotSpotter Reports Q1 2018 Financial Results

The maker of gunfire detection solutions posted a net loss of $1.2 million in the first quarter on record revenues of $6.9 million, up 51% from $4.6 million in the same period in 2017.

Read: Louisville Wants to Deploy Drones to Respond to Gunshots

Louisville Wants to Deploy Drones to Respond to Gunshots

The city has applied for a government program that would allow it to use drones to collect video footage in areas that its ShotSpotter sensors detect gunshots.

Read: Pittsburgh to See Increase in Surveillance Cameras, Gunshot Detection

Pittsburgh to See Increase in Surveillance Cameras, Gunshot Detection

The city’s 2018 budget allocates $2.25 million to replace cameras approaching end of life and to install almost 70 more over the next three years.

Read: Mass. Police Dump ShotSpotter in Favor of Video Surveillance

Mass. Police Dump ShotSpotter in Favor of Video Surveillance

The Fall River Police Department has decided to shift its focus to video surveillance due to its high false alarm rate with ShotSpotter.

Read: ShotSpotter Reports Big Uptick in U.S. Gunfire Incidents in 2016

ShotSpotter Reports Big Uptick in U.S. Gunfire Incidents in 2016

The provider of gunfire detection technology says its data shows shootings in 2016 eclipsed the year prior by more than 20,000 incidents.

Read: ShotSpotter Gunshot Detection Now Integrates With Genetec Security Center

ShotSpotter Gunshot Detection Now Integrates With Genetec Security Center

The integration between Genetec’s Security Center and ShotSpotter is said to give law enforcement officers and security teams improved tactical intelligence.

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