Come visit us and learn how the best indoor/outdoor gunfire localization product on the market can make your environment safer! We will have the latest hardware and demonstrations of our user management and video cuing tools.
Databuoy’s ShotPoint application seamlessly integrates with the Johnson Controls’ exacqVision VMS. Contact Databuoy and learn more about this unique capability. Now exacqVision customers can make full use of ShotPoint’s video cueing features.
Visit our exhibit at the 2016 ASIS NYC Security Conference and Expo to be held April 27-28, 2016 at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York, NY! Visit https://www.asisonline.org/Education-Events/Global-Conferences/New-York-Expo/Pages/default.aspx for more information about this exciting event. If you would like to attend, please register at: https://www.tradeshowregistrar.com/regsystem_rs/?event=SE2016&sc=18534898 For registration questions and assistance, please call EPIC customer service at […]
Local News 8 story on new technology being installed in public schools. This story includes a discussion of the ShotPoint system in an interview with Don Trauntvein, Energy and Facilities Manager for Bonneville School District 93. Mr. Trauntvein conveys the fact that school district managers want to implement shot detection as part of their plan to use […]
The Shotpoint system is now permanently installed inside the Sandcreek Middle School, part of the Bonneville School District 93. The system includes 20 sensing nodes and a single fusion node that controls the network. The nodes are connected through Ethernet for both power and data. Sensor reports are linked to the school IP Video camera […]
NIJ Ultra-High Speed Apps Challenge Winners Announced and Databuoy’s implementation won the top prize! Databuoy was recognized as a key partner in the FIRST PLACE win for the City of Ammon’s School Emergency Screencast system in the National Institute of Justice competition for the best Ultra-High Speed Apps: Using Current Technology to Improve Criminal Justice Operations Challenge. […]
Homeland Security Today Magazine featured article on ShotPoint. The magazine is featuring an article titled, “How the Internet of Things Can Make Schools Safer from active Shooters,” tells the story of the ShotPoint test evolution inside the Sandcreek Middle School in Ammon, ID.
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 […]
This overview presents the basics of ShotPoint. It includes footage from a live fire test inside Sandcreek Middle School, Ammon, ID. The live fire school shooting event was made possible thanks to the efforts of the City of Ammon, the Bonneville County School District and the Bonneville County Sheriff.