Shooter Detection Systems to Showcase Gunshot Detection at ISC East

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SDS returns to the Javits Center to meet with security end users November 17-18, 2021

Visit with SDS at ISC East November 17-18, 2021

Visit with SDS at ISC East November 17-18, 2021

“SDS’s mission has always been to provide our customers with gunshot sensors that are both highly accurate and capable of being deployed in buildings both old and new. Our wireless sensors are a concrete example of this commitment by SDS to be the best product on the market.”

Shooter Detection Systems (SDS), an Alarm.com (NASDAQ: ALRM) company, will return to the International Security Conference and Exposition (ISC East) at the Javits Center in New York City November 17-18, 2021. SDS will highlight developments in their Guardian Indoor Active Shooter Detection System, including new enterprise-level software enhancements and Guardian Wireless, the Patent Pending wireless/battery-powered gunshot detection sensor and the latest innovation to join the Guardian Indoor Active Shooter Detection line of products.

Since its introduction to the commercial market in 2014, the Guardian System has been in use by Fortune 500 companies, sports stadiums, U.S. Federal Government agencies, Department of Defense bases, and other public and private institutions. Over the past year SDS Engineers have introduced new developments in the backend software of the Guardian System that meet growth demand in the enterprise market. The added features include Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6), Transport Layer Security (TLS), High Availability (HA) and Extensible Authentication Protocol over LAN (EAPoL). In combination with the proven performance of the Guardian sensors, which have over 165 million hours of use in real-world installation environments, these features complete the full system approach that enterprise, government, and other discerning customers are looking for when they are evaluating gunshot detection for their organizations.

Guardian Wireless is the company’s new smart sensor for gunshots that now offers customers the flexibility to choose a wireless solution for rapid detection and response to shooting incidents. Guardian Wireless sensors mirror the proven acoustic and infrared gunshot detection features of the company’s flagship Guardian Indoor Active Shooter Detection Power over Ethernet (PoE) sensors, with the addition of a primary lithium battery pack. Guardian Wireless utilizes a secure long-range wireless technology that maintains a regular system “heartbeat”, ensuring optimum system uptime as the sensors scan the environment for gunshots while filtering out false alerts. “SDS’s mission has always been to provide our customers with gunshot sensors that are both highly accurate and capable of being deployed in buildings both old and new,” said Rich Onofrio, Managing Director of SDS. “Our wireless sensors are a concrete example of this commitment by SDS to be the best product on the market.” Guardian Wireless is available alongside the Guardian PoE solution and can be utilized together in a mixed deployment to meet unique facility needs.

Attendees are invited to visit SDS at their Booth #741 during the show. To schedule a dedicated appointment with a gunshot detection specialist at the show contact sales@shooterdetectionsystems.com.

About Shooter Detection Systems
With over seven years of experience in the development and delivery of gunshot detection systems to commercial customers, Shooter Detection Systems (SDS), an Alarm.com (Nasdaq: ALRM) company, is a leading provider of patented gunshot detection solutions for schools, government buildings, transportation hubs, entertainment facilities and businesses of various sizes. The company’s Guardian 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 or call 1-844-SHOT911. Follow SDS social channels on Twitter @shooterdetect and on LinkedIn.

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