Shot Tracer Gunshot Detection Systems
The Shot Tracer® gunshot detection sensors were created in response to the shooting death of a Montana Highway Patrol officer in 2010.
Shot Tracer was created to provide fast accurate information to law enforcement and first responders when an active shooter event takes place.
Since 2010, Shot Tracer has created a variety of gunshot detection sensors to fit the needs of different industries.
Shot Tracer is also designed to provide a cost effective solution to help save lives when an active shooter event takes place. This technology can provide instantaneous alerts with the time, location, and number of shots to law enforcement and surrounding medical facilities.
By providing this vital information to law enforcement and medical personnel/first responders, threats are eliminated quickly, medical response times are reduced, and as a result lives are saved.
Shot Tracer Eagle IP
What is the Shot Tracer Eagle IP?
The Shot Tracer Eagle IP is our cellular gunshot detection sensor.
Operates over Verizon Wireless LTE, only within the US
Also able to integrate with facility's existing alarm panel
When a shooting takes place, an alert notification is sent to the cloud and then on to the persons set up under the notification list.
Provides time, location, and number of shots
Contacts on the notification list are set up by the customer
Can include local law enforcement and surrounding medical facilities
Add PAN Wireless option to allow pairing with other wireless sensors
Required service monthly cost
Shot Tracer Tracer Eagle AP-Wireless
What is the Shot Tracer Eagle AP-Wireless?
The Shot Tracer Eagle AP-Wireless is a gunshot detection sensor.
Option 1 - Wireless Alarm Panel Integration:
Wirelessly integrates into facility's existing alarm panel.
When a shooting takes place, an immediate alert is sent to the facility's alarm panel.
Provides alarm company with time location and if it was a single or multiple gunshot event.
No monthly service costs
Option 2 - Expand IP Network with Wireless Solution:
Connect up to 15 AP-Wireless sensors to each Eagle IP.
When a shooting takes place, an immediate alert is sent to the master IP unit.
Time, location, and number of shots sent out to notification list
Setup and managed through tracermanage:
Contacts for notification lists
Small monthly service costs (required)
Requires IP enabled device