What Is EAGL?
SecurityUSA Services, jointly with Dorma-KABA® are proud to present the EAGL system. This new and innovative system is designed to protect buildings and other critical infrastructure from random shooting incidents. The EAGL system will detect gunshot fire and automatically lock down buildings and other soft target areas based on a preset schedule. Separate commands are sent to the IP camera’s management system to capture the active shooter’s image and send the image along with emergency notification of an active shooter situation to law enforcement’s emails and smart phones . This message includes GPS coordinates of the shooter(s) and ballistic data in real time. There is capacity to integrate with the building’s public address system to notify its occupants of the active shooter situation.
The FireFly Ballistic detector is the latest detection technology. It was developed by the U.S. Department Of Energy laboratory’s in a response to the Sandy Hook tragedy.
The total EAGL system response time is less than 30 seconds. Research shows the average law enforcement response time is 12 minutes, and that most violence occurs in the first 10 minutes. There had been more than 500 mass shootings in the United States during 2016.
Main Features and Benefits
- Significantly reduces law enforcement response time which saves lives
- Deters against unlawful access to soft target areas, ie classrooms and workplace areas to give occupants time to escape
- Provide facility card access control to deny access to those who don’t belong
- Fully automated facility lockdown in case of gunshot fire or other life threatening situation. There is no need to monitor this system nor push any buttons to activate lockdown or for notification
- Integration capability to the customer’s public address system to alert building occupants of potential threats
- Integration with the customer existing IP cameras
- Real time data dissemination
- Provides critical information to law enforcement and building officials so they can take immediate and appropriate actions