Show Attendees Will Be First to Experience Latest in Active Shooter Intelligence™
Rowley, Massachusetts – March 29, 2023 – Shooter Detection Systems, an Alarm.com (NASDAQ: ALRM) company and provider of the world’s leading gunshot detection solutions, 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 is poised for continued growth and innovation in 2023 with many new technology and business developments on the horizon” said Joe Byron, VP of Sales, Shooter Detection Systems. “We never stop innovating to save lives threatened by gun violence, and we are excited to unveil new solutions and partnerships that speak directly to this commitment.”
One of the latest developments SDS will demonstrate at the show is an advanced emergency response solution that enhances situational awareness for first responders during active shooter incidents. The solution goes beyond E911 by leveraging the Noonlight platform to expedite the continuous transmission of shot location information to law enforcement responding to the event. The solution also enables the 911 call taker, responding officers, onsite security and building managers to communicate and share information in real-time and view critical contextual data, including the building, room, and floor location of gunshot events. In keeping with SDS’ commitment that every citizen deserves the right to the highest protection against active shooters, these new capabilities will be included with the standard SDS software package for existing SDS software users. Attendees can receive demos of the SDS gunshot detection and 911 alerting solution at SDS booth #26049.
SDS and Alarm.com will also be offering an inaugural demonstration of “SDS Powered by Alarm.com”. This new solution pairs the proven accuracy of the SDS indoor gunshot detection sensor with the fully integrated Alarm.com for Business platform. “Introducing solutions to serve the small to mid-sized commercial market was important to our service providers,” said James Reno, Vice President of Commercial Sales for Alarm.com. “Offering them the only unified cloud platform with shot detection enhances not only the capabilities of the Alarm.com platform, but it also gives our service providers the ability to offer broader, more comprehensive security solutions that help their customers address the changing landscape of modern-day threats.” Currently in development, “SDS Powered by Alarm.com” will soon be released for beta testing. ISC West attendees can receive demos of the new Shooter Detection Powered by Alarm.com integration at Alarm.com booth #16039.
SDS Advisory Board member and retired FBI Special Agent Jin Kim, recognized as one of North America's leading active shooter experts, will present his latest analysis on the increasing sophistication of active shooters at a special SDS event held on Thursday, March 30. Space is limited, attendees can register in advance to secure a seat here.
Additional new initiatives to be previewed at the show include the unveiling of the company’s new branding, upcoming improvements to the business model that benefit SDS reseller partners, and the latest developments in total-building gunshot detection solutions to include exterior perimeter protection.
To learn more, please visit https://shooterdetectionsystems.com/ or visit us at ISC West 2023 booth #26049.
About Shooter Detection Systems
Shooter Detection Systems (SDS), an Alarm.com (Nasdaq: ALRM) company, is the leading provider of patented gunshot detection solutions for schools, government buildings, transportation hubs, entertainment facilities and businesses of all sizes. SDS’ indoor gunshot detection system is SAFETY Act Certified by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, included in the Catalogue of Security Equipment of the Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI), and SL4 Certified by the Australian Government’s Security Construction & Equipment Committee (SCEC). For more information, visit ShooterDetectionSystems.com, call 1-844-SHOT911. Follow SDS social channels on Twitter @ShooterDetect and on LinkedIn.
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