Shooter Detection Systems announces the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has granted two additional patents to its portfolio of indoor gunshot detection technologies, Patent No. US 11,604,248 (Low Power Gunshot Sensor Testing) and Patent No. US 11,688,414 (Low Power Gunshot Detection). SDS’s engineering team has long acknowledged the importance of improving energy efficiency in life-saving technologies.
Shooter Detection Systems (SDS) announce the appointment of Stephen Carney as the company’s new President. Mr. Carney previously served as Vice President of Global Product Management for HID Global. Additionally, Rich Onofrio, former Managing Director of SDS, has assumed the role of Chief Technology Officer, leading the Engineering team following the retirement of Ronald Fowler, the company’s original CTO.
Shooter Detection Systems will be displaying the latest developments in Active Shooter Intelligence™ along with several new product and business initiatives at ISC West 2023 in Las Vegas, NV. ISC West attendees visiting Shooter Detection Systems booth #26049 will get a first-hand look at many of the company’s latest technology innovations scheduled for release over the course of 2023.
Shooter Detection Systems (SDS), Alarm.com and the world’s leading gunshot detection solutions provider, announced the issuance by the USPTO of SDS’ seventh patent for its gunshot detection technology, Patent No. US 11,417,183 titled Cable-Free Gunshot Detection. The patent describes the application of indoor gunshot detection sensors that use a cable-free device powered by a battery.