Victor VMS integrates with gunshot detection tool

SP&T Staff
Friday July 28, 2017
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Johnson Controls announced that American Dynamics victor VMS (video management software) now integrates with the Guardian Indoor Active Shooter Detection System from Shooter Detection Systems, providing users with an automated solution to react in real-time to shots fired in a facility. According to the company, the solution helps to eliminate costly false alerts while enhancing the overall security of any school, business or public venue building.

“We are excited to offer this integrated solution to our customers who are investing in technology to address the active shooter threat,” said Christian Connors, chief executive officer of Shooter Detection Systems. “By combining our indoor gunshot detection system with a robust video management system like victor, customers gain immediate, automated insights the second a shot is fired, providing exceptional situational awareness when every second counts.”

When combined with the victor video management software monitoring features, the system provides the ability for instant shot location information, lock down procedures, live and recorded video from cameras in the incident related areas. The integration provides immediate notification to first responders through victor’s event action and integration notification platform, and simultaneously alerts designated monitoring facilities.

These capabilities are also available through the integration of Guardian Indoor Active Shooter Detection System and the C•CURE 9000 security and event management system from Software House.

“This integration fully aligns with our vision to add mission critical solutions to our portfolio of integrations through our Connected Partner Program, where third-party technology partners have the opportunity to integrate into our security solutions,” said Kristy Dunchak, director, Building Technologies & Solutions, Johnson Controls.

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