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29/04/2019

New level for gunshot detection with sensor & camera combo

Las Vegas, Nv (USA)

“Our new Shot Tracer Eagle Eyes integrated gunshot sensor and camera system is a game changer in the war against active shooters,” said Allan Overcast, CEO and President of Shot Tracer Technologies.

Shot Tracer, an innovative gunshot detection solutions company, was recently showcasing the company’s new Shot Tracer Eagle Eyes integrated gunshot sensor and camera system at ISC West 2019 in Las Vegas. The latest addition to Shot Tracer’s portfolio of economical and easily deployed gunshot detection portfolio of products, Eagle Eyes’ integrated wide area video capabilities with auto-push notifications ushers in a new generation of solutions to combat active shooter incidents.

“Our new Shot Tracer Eagle Eyes integrated gunshot sensor and camera system is a game changer in the war against active shooters,” said Allan Overcast, CEO and President of Shot Tracer Technologies. “It incorporates our unique gunshot detection technology, combined with three wide angle still image cameras resulting in a 360 degree view to provide security personnel and first responders with the instant notification and detailed data they need to best manage unfolding incidents and help save lives.”

Shot Tracer Eagle Eyes integrates patented gunshot detection sensor technology with three integrated wide angle 5MP cameras. The instant a gunshot is detected, Shot Tracer Eagle Eyes’ cameras automatically activate to capture highly detailed still images with SMS, email, JSON, Android and IOS IP notification. Deployment is as easy as installing an Eagle Eyes device with our built-in network, but without the need for any servers or external monitoring services. Only power is required.

Shot Tracer’s innovative Eagle gunshot detection technology provides one of the most accurate and cost-effective solutions available for interior gunshot detection applications. It features field-proven technology initially developed for law-enforcement and military use employing advanced sensors (not microphones) to detect gunshots.


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