3xLOGIC announced a new range of deployment options for users seeking to protect smaller areas in active shooter situations with the new Single Sensor Gunshot Detection solution. 3xLOGIC’s Gunshot Detection devices use patented concussive wave technology to detect the moment at which a gun is fired, and the bullet leaves the chamber. Upon firing, the force of the bullet leaving the chamber creates a concussive wave within a defined frequency range.
3xLOGIC announced upcoming conference plans including the National School Safety Conference and the Campus Safety Conference, both in July. The 3xLOGIC education session, “What Next? Improving Safety and Incident Response with Gunshot Detection and Mass Notification Integrated Solutions”, has been selected for the Campus Safety Education Program. Gunshot detection is maturing into an effective tool to greatly aid first responders. The challenge in these situations after a gunshot has been de-tected is, what comes next? Bill Hobbs, 3xLOGIC vice president of global sales, will outline how integrating mass notification, video, access control, intrusion, and other systems with gunshot detection can create a complete solution – one that provides first responders and others with the critical, real-time intelligence they need to help locate and mitigate the threat from an active shooter.
SONITROL announced the availability of a new, award-winning Gunshot Detection Solution for the company’s thousands of existing and prospective customers. In any organization, keeping people safe is the top priority. Unfortunately, unpredictable active-shooter situations happen all too often. So, it’s essential to have safety measures in place to help ensure quick, effective responses in an emergency. Gunshot Detection can be an important part of any active shooter safety and security plan. By integrating this technology into an existing SONITROL system, an organization’s security team can be better prepared to act in the event of an active shooter.
Databuoy announced that its Shotpoint gunshot detection and localization solution recently helped lead to the arrest of a man charged in a fatal shooting in Las Vegas. The shooting occurred at the popular Fremont Street Experience, a five-block pedestrian mall offering entertainment, restaurants, bars, and casinos. On Aug. 4, an early morning argument ensued between two men, with one eventually pulling a gun and shooting the other several times.
PSA announced the addition of EAGL Technology to its Managed Security Service Provider Program. EAGL is a manufacturer of IoT wireless gunshot sensors as well as sensors that can detect vape, car collisions, flood waters and critical infrastructure failures. EAGL was initially developed in the wake of the Sandy Hook tragedy and is now deployed globally in airports, schools, C-suites, commercial offices, convention centers, bus stations and inner cities worldwide.
Shot Tracer® launched a new reseller recruitment program here at ISC West 2019 with a highly attractive on-boarding proposition for qualified dealers. Qualifying resellers can receive a Gunshot Simulator Kit valued at $1,000 when they commit to becoming a Shot Tracer dealer. Shot Tracer’s Gunshot Detection Solutions are so advanced, they’re simple. They easily integrate with virtually any security, alarm, surveillance, and access system via contact closure – or wirelessly via IP integration.