ZERO FALSE READ TECHNOLOGY
Today’s gunshot detection systems use dual-validation, zero false read technology that analyzes energy levels and waveforms to differentiate gunshots from similar sounds, such as explosions or car backfires, to prevent a possible false alarm.
Gunshot detection technology also uses acoustic, infrared, and optical sensors both indoors and outdoors and sends ballistic data and shooter location direction to law enforcement and emergency command centers.
Once a gunshot is detected, law enforcement’s real-time crime centers will receive a notification that provides quick and detailed information about the location, weapons used, number of shots fired, and other valuable data.
A notification can also be sent across mobile devices and mass communication systems to notify your staff, security personnel, and monitoring company of the necessary details needed to mitigate casualties as much as possible.
Gunshot detection technology can integrate with the rest of your security system to automate important actions that will help keep you, your staff, and visitors safe
When an active shooter event occurs, your access control system will automatically lock targeted areas to keep the shooter from entering, and the nearest-by security cameras will instantly begin live-streaming to track the shooter’s movements.