Guardian Indoor Active Shooter Detection System triumphs in competitive awards program aimed at recognizing excellence in security performance
Rowley, Massachusetts – September 11, 2019 – Shooter Detection Systems is proud to announce that the Guardian Indoor Active Shooter Detection System won the award for Outstanding New Security Product in the Outstanding Security Performance Awards (OSPAs) at ASIS International’s 2019 Global Security Exchange (GSX) in Chicago.
The criteria for the OSPAs awards are based on extensive research on key factors that contribute to and characterize outstanding performance, with a competitive awards program that serves to recognize and reward companies and individuals for exceptional performance across the security sector. The research defining the OSPAs overall criteria for awarding companies and individuals for outstanding performance can be found in the Security Research Initiative’s report Aspiring to Excellence.
“We are extremely pleased to receive the award for Outstanding New Security Product, especially with the tough competition against weapons screening, video analytics and cybersecurity products,” said Christian Connors, Chief Executive Officer for SDS. “This award is a great achievement that will help further our mission of improving the global security infrastructure by bringing tangible, integrated gunshot detection solutions to the market that will reduce response time, provide greater clarity in communications, and save lives in active shooter incidents.”
The Guardian Indoor Active Shooter Detection System incorporates proven acoustic gunshot identification technology and combines it with infrared gunfire flash detection to produce the highest performing, fully automatic, and most accurate indoor gunshot detection technology available. Guardian is in use in enterprise deployments by Fortune 10, 50, 100, 500, and 1000 corporations as well as in transportation facilities, manufacturing plants, sports arenas, retail, schools, and US Department of Defense bases and Federal Government agencies.
For more information about Guardian, contact a gunshot detection specialist.