The EAGL System also validates firearm discharge events by delivering both Access Control & Notification features that include providing law enforcement with real-time event video streaming and location information in addition to mass notification capabilities. Both systems can be used for Interior and Exterior applications
The Emergency Automated Gunshot & Lockdown (EAGL) System is a fully automated active shooter response system. EAGL uses science developed by the Department of Energy to analyze waveform and energy level to discern a firearm has been discharged and to prevent false alarms.
This zero false read DUAL VALIDATION TECHNOLOGY will automatically lock down soft target areas within seconds. The building layout shows the shooter location with ballistic data and immediately notifies law enforcement and other emergency responders through email and text messages.
EAGL can also integrate with facility access control, live streaming IP cameras, public address, mass communication, and local emergency notification systems. These functions are performed, automatically and autonomously, all within seconds of a detected threat event.
The wirelessFireFly® Indoor and DragonFly™ Outdoor Energy Sensors provide cutting edge waveform analysis processes to differentiate gunshots from other deafening sounds such as thunder and sirens. FireFly® and DragonFly™ are also the only Indoor and Outdoor Energy Sensors that can be used both wireless and simultaneously on the same system! These sensor features allow both on-site or remote monitoring applications which are useful in many industry segments including public safety.
Each wireless Energy Sensor can be programmed into most existing privately owned burglar alarm systems to autonomously monitor for firearm discharges in densely populated areas, delivering 24/7 real-time Gunshot Reporting to Local Law Enforcement.
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