Software House’s C•CURE 9000 integrates with Guardian shooter detection system
Tyco Security Products (TSP) has announced Software House’s C•CURE 9000, the access-control powerhouse, now integrates with the Guardian indoor active shooter detection system by Shooter Detection Systems, which specializes in gunshot detection technology.
December 6, 2016 By SP&T Staff
In an active shooter event, this Guardian system combines an acoustic gunshot identification software with infrared camera gunfire flash detection, according to Tyco. When combined with C•CURE 9000 event management and access 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, and provides immediate notification to first responders through C•CURE 9000’s event action and integrated notification platforms while alerting monitoring facilities around the globe.
“We are pleased to be able to add this mission critical solution to the portfolio of integrations coming through Tyco Security Product’s Connected Partner Program,” said Scott McNulty, senior product manager, TSP Connected Partner Program.
“By combining our indoor gunshot detection system with access control, customers can potentially manage where the shooter can move by locking down a lobby, hallway, or other access point, and use the same logic to safely evacuate employees away from the shooter,” added Shooter Detection Systems’ CEO Christian Connors.
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