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Shooter Detection Systems showcasing developments at ISC West 2024

Shooter Detection Systems showcasing developments at ISC West 2024

Shooter Detection Systems showcasing developments at ISC West 2024

ROWLEY, Mass. – Shooter Detection Systems (SDS), an company and provider of gunshot detection solutions, will be displaying the latest developments in its “Active Shooter Intelligence” at ISC West in Las Vegas, April 10-12, 2024.

Attendees visiting SDS booth #23045 can learn more about new developments in gunshot detection, including, they said, an introduction to the market’s only platform offering video, access control, shot detection, and remote monitoring all in one solution.

SDS and also mentioned they are working collaboratively to bring sophisticated gunshot detection technologies to organizations of all sizes. The recent integration with’s commercial platform harnesses the proven efficacy of SDS Indoor Gunshot Detection sensors and offers a new, fully integrated cloud-based solution for gunshot detection, video surveillance, access control, immediate alert notifications, and remote monitoring.

This innovative new solution reduces the cost and complexity often associated with shot detection technology, making it more accessible for small- to medium-sized entities. Service provider partners can easily expand their offering to meet the growing market demand for gunshot detection solutions and benefit from the unmatched tools and resources provided by’s Partner Services platform.

SDS also recently launched its #TakeAction initiative program, using grassroots effort to empower everyone with information they can use to start the conversation with their school communities, employers, and local businesses around how to increase their own personal protection against gun violence. Security Systems News (SSN) had an exclusive interview with Rich Onofrio, chief technology officer for Shooter Detection Systems back in January discussing it.

New advances in the SDS Enterprise gunshot detection solution can also be experienced at the booth including ResponderLink 911 alerting service and a new graphical user interface for all SDS applications. Attendees can also learn about programs like SecureGrants, SDS’ new Certified Dealer Program, and how the SDS Starter Kit is built for cost effectiveness and ease of adoption for schools and businesses of all sizes.

Other than SDS booth #23045, solutions can be seen by visiting's booth #16039 for demonstrations.


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