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Siemens, SDS team to boost public safety during active shooter incidents

December 2, 2021SSN Staff

MUNICH, Germany and ROWLEY, Mass.—Siemens, an innovation leader in safe and secure buildings, and Shooter Detection Systems (SDS), an company and the security industry’s leading gunshot detection provider, have integrated technologies to improve public safety in the event of an active shooter situation. The integration between the Guardian Indoor Active Shooter Detection System and Siveillance Video system (with possible inclusion of Desigo..., Rich Reidy, Shooter Detection Systems, Siemens

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Suppliers acquires Shooter Detection Systems

December 15, 2020SSN Staff

TYSONS, Va.— announced it has acquired Shooter Detection Systems, LLC (SDS), a provider of indoor gunshot detection technology. SDS was founded in 2013 to address the growing active shooter threat to the public by advancing proven military gunshot detection technology. SDS developed the Guardian Indoor Active Shooter Detection System, a unique combination of acoustic and infrared sensors and proprietary algorithms that accurately detects gunshots and communicates shooting incident..., Shooter Detection Systems

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Security 101 partners with manufacturers to host seminars

June 21, 2017SSN Staff

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.—Security 101, a franchise-model commercial security company based here, will host “Unification Under the Digital Umbrella,” a seminar including presentations and live demonstrations on the latest security technology.Security 101 has partnered with Genetec, Axis Communications, Briefcam and Shooter Detection Systems to sponsor seminars in Richmond, Va. (June 21), Edison, N.J. (June 27) and Salt Lake City, Utah (June 28). Representatives from each organization...

Axis Communications, BriefCam, Genetec, Security 101, Shooter Detection Systems

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