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Taking Control of Active Shooters

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Deter | Disrupt | Delay

  • Since 1992, there has been over 390 school shootings in the U.S.
  • In over 95% of the school shooting incidents, either the shooter completes the reign of terror by committing suicide or an in-house responder takes the shooter down
  • Crotega’s solution provides in-house responders the protection to maintain control of their building, while removing the ability of the perpetrator to take over control of the building

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How can your campus take back control?

A Non-Lethal Threat Suppression System

  • Sentrē™ is a patent-pending indoor rapid-defense, nonviolent security solution
  • Activated through an intuitive touchscreen system
  • Releases short bursts of water with nontoxic additives from the ceiling
  • Causes significant irritation to eyes, nose, throat, lungs, and skin
  • Virtually immobilizes the perpetrator until an in-house responder intervenes or law enforcement arrives

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  • USA Security, a premium security system integrator that specializes in video monitoring, access control, fire, and intrusion systems is partnering with Crotega to bring you the state of the art threat suppression system, Sentrē™.

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Avigilon Integrates With exacqVision Again!

Today’s Tech Trend: exacq Technologies Exacq 8.8 VMS platform now integrates with Avigilon cameras. cropped-Exacq-Cross-Platform-Blog-Image

exacqVision prior to version 5.4 once integrated with Avigilon cameras, but ended being written out. With version 8.8, Avigilon now has the capability of being added back into the system.

This is a very exciting integration as it adds another top-tier camera option to this VMS platform. Avigilon offers great cameras and we would highly recommend considering Avigilon’s H4SL camera line when considering an upgrade to your exacqVision VMS.

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Interesting Article on Hard Drive Failure

All video systems that record images or data, have hard drives for storage (unless you still use a VCR.) This article gives you the Hard Drive Failure Rate by Manufacturer. This is some good to know information, to better select the recording device and the drives inside.
https://www.backblaze.com/blog/hard-drive-reliability-q3-2015/

 

 

 

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