We design, build and operate gunfire sensing technology for communities and buildings worldwide.
Our outdoor acoustic sensors identify and time-stamp impulsive noises; the system triangulates the location of the sound source to within 25 meters and runs features of the sound through machine classification; our Incident Review Center (IRC) human experts confirm the machine classification and publish an alert - typically within 30-45 seconds of the trigger pull.
Our indoor sensors listen for the impulsive sound of gunfire and look for the infrared flash from the barrel; they are designed to automatically alert security personnel within ten seconds, without any human assessment.
We notify law enforcement and first responders via a push notification direct to our mobile, desktop and browser apps, SMS or email, detailing the precise location of the gunfire with a full set of contextual information about the incident and providing immediate, real-time actionable gunfire intelligence.
Alerts are typically sent within 30-45 seconds of confirmed gunfire outdoors and within 10 seconds indoors, enabling fast response to a precise location.
The increased success responding to gunfire incidents quickly creates a long-term deterrent that can decrease the overall prevalence of illegal gunfire.
Cities report an improved ability to establish and foster a cooperative and trusting relationship between police and the communities they serve.
A cloud and subscription-based service means customers do not need to design, install or maintain their own complex infrastructure.
Simple API supports integration with customer systems from video management to computer-aided dispatch, records management and more.
Detailed gun crime pattern analysis and additional data is provided that can help cities address pervasive problems in areas of high illegal gun activity.
First, highly-specialized software analyzes audio signals in our intelligent sensors for potential gunshots.
After the software determines the location of the sound source, it analyzes the pulse features to determine if the sound is likely to be gunfire.
Finally, the system pushes the alert notification to law enforcement and emergency responders.