EAGL Technology Inc. and OmniQ Corp. have partnered to offer a unified solution that combines gunshot detection, vehicle recognition and automated response technology.
EAGL’s indoor and outdoor gunshot detection sensors working with the EAGL Emergency Event Management Platform provide immediate notification of a threat and lockdown when needed. These rapid communications result in instant situational awareness for responding law enforcement officials and site security teams. OmniQ’s Q Shield Platform reads license plates as well as providing vehicle recognition information including a car’s color and model.
In the event of gunshots, EAGL’s Firefly and Dragonfly sensors can pinpoint the location. If the shots were fired from a vehicle in a drive-by shooting, the vehicle recognition information from Q Shield combined with the EAGL firearm and location data gives actionable information in seconds to on-site security and law enforcement.
“The Q Shield Platform combined with the EAGL technology provides an early warning system that can instantly increase awareness of unauthorized people or vehicles on-site,” said Bill Fisher, director of sales OmniQ . “Extra seconds and minutes can make all the difference in the world when it comes to safety.”
“The OmniQ – EAGL solution is providing our end users with two very sophisticated technologies that can identify a potential threat immediately by using the license plate and vehicle recognition, as well as alerting building occupants and E-911 within seconds for any potential active shooter threat detected,” said Jennifer Russell, SVP of EAGL Technology. “This combined solution will be especially useful in identifying vehicles involved in drive-by shootings.”
For more information, visit: eagltechnology.com and omniq.com.