Concealed Weapons Detection (CWD) technology helps proactively keep people and assets safe by using advanced sensors and artificial intelligence (AI) to detect a wide range of concealed weapons and threats.
Concealed Weapons Detection technology is a touchless security screening solution designed to address the active shooter epidemic by proactively keeping people and assets safe. The system enables students, patients, employees, and guests to enter a campus or venue at a regular walking pace without stopping to empty their pockets and remove and open their bags. It does this by using sensors and artificial intelligence (AI) with adjustable sensitivity settings to distinguish everyday metal items in bags or on the body, like cell phones, belts, keys, and coins, from weapons that can be used to commit mass casualty attacks like firearms and explosive devices.
The CWD platform is integrated with Video Surveillance, Video Management Software, and Video Analytics to allow security officers to recognize and act on threats faster and more accurately. A security screener sends alarms to the control center if a threat is detected and confirmed on the CWD tablet device. Cameras on board the CWD system can simultaneously stream high-quality video to the control center, and record alongside the fixed video security feeds installed at the facility. Analytic cameras and video analytics help quickly identify people of interest and locate a person or vehicle across the site.
CWD technology allows for a comprehensive review, analysis, and gather insights captured during the concealed weapons detection process. Captured data includes visitor arrival curves and counts, including how many people entered the campus and at what time. Other data available for review include system performance, alarm statistics, and detection settings.
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The energy detector uses advanced algorithms to analyze energy level and waveforms to determine and validate firearm discharge events and wirelessly transmits this data to the system server.
According to the Department of Homeland Security, the average duration of an active shooter incident at a school is 12.5 minutes. The average response time for law enforcement is 18 minutes. Be prepared the instant crisis happens with the only Gunshot Detection and emergency response system developed by the Department of Energy.
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