Active Shooter Test at Sandcreek on June 1st
ShotPoint was demonstrated live at the Sandcreek Middle School, Ammon, ID, on June 1, 2015. ShotPoint successfully located 2 shooters in the school and cued the correct camera feeds from the 62 security cameras at the school within 3 seconds.
ShotPoint was teamed with the City of Ammon, Idaho, as part of a Global City Teams Challenge (GCTC) event. GCTC is sponsored by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Smart City and Internet of Things projects from over 40+ teams representing cities from around the world participated in the June 1st event.
The City of Ammon test involved an active shooter drill with the cooperation of the Bonneville County Sheriff and Bonneville County School District #93. The test consist of live rounds fired in the school from multiple shooters that ShotPoint detected detected. ShotPoint then forwarded the shooter locations to the Bonneville County Emergency Communications Center through a direct portal. The locations were used to directly cue cameras in the school to the location of the shooter. ShotPoint also provided notifications through the Active 911 alert system. The entire demonstration was simulcast on stage during the GCTC event. School was in session and on lock down during the event.
Screen grabs from the live camera feeds are shown below: