Surging Gun Sales Could Soon Become a Workplace Concern

The COVID-19 pandemic, economic instability, and protests against racial injustice have fueled gun buying, and some experts are concerned it could result in gun violence in the workplace.

EAGL Technology, Inc. partners with Johnson Controls and Anixter offering customers additional flexibility and choices designed to meet their gunshot detection technology needs! ​

Partnership brings advanced and custom gunshot detection technology to market ​

MILWAUKEE (July 13, 2020) — Johnson Controls today announced its partnership with EAGL Technology and Anixter to help customers better protect their facility occupants and streamline emergency response, leading to improved outcomes during intruder incidents. Working with Johnson Controls and EAGL Technology, customers have access to a greater range of technologies and more custom solutions, regardless of building size or goals.

This partnership expands Johnson Controls emergency preparedness and response portfolio and is a crucial part of the company’s response to COVID-19. In the midst of the pandemic, many major enterprises have closed or significantly reduced staff including schools, retail, theaters and more. The United States government-issued funding as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act has provided funding for enterprises who are able to install emergency preparedness and response products such as gunshot detection systems prior to reopening facilities. Customers with access to the CARES Act funding can add gunshot detection systems to their safety and security protocols during periods of low building occupancy rates.

EAGL Technology, Inc. Expanding Press Release:
June 17, 2020

EAGL Technology, Inc

Gunshot Detection and Active Shooter Countermeasure Technology

EAGL Technology, Inc. was established in 2015 after acquiring gunshot ballistic science developed by the Department of Energy (DOE) Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). EAGL has advanced this technology by creating a state-of-the-art security system. The equipment includes the EAGL Gunshot Detection & Lockdown System and CityWeb.  Both product lines use patented FireFly® Wireless Ballistic Sensor technology which can be integrated with existing access control systems, video surveillance, intercom and public-address systems.  With this equipment development comes the expertise of over 100 years combined security experience.  Our team collaborates with security representatives at all government levels, facility managers, and other security professionals to ensure security assessment, planning & implementation are tailored to meet our customer’s security protocols, budgets and needs.

Press Release:
April 4, 2018

EAGL Technology, Inc. announces that its FireFly Ballistic Detector System has completed preliminary operational test and evaluation by National Safe Skies Alliance, Inc. (Safe Skies).

Safe Skies’ evaluation report, which is entitled Preliminary Testing Report: EAGL Technology, Inc. Firefly Ballistic Detector and was issued in March 2018, is available for distribution to qualified airport personnel at US commercial-service airports and to government contacts.

Safe Skies, an independent third-party non-profit organization that is funded by the Federal Aviation Administration, conducts rigorous and thorough tests to detect threats, nuisance & false alarms, reliability, and maintainability within active airport operational and environmental conditions.  Safe Skies performs its evaluations under an ISO 9001:2015-approved Quality Management System.

Press Release:
April 8, 2019

UNM-Valencia Campus installs new gunshot detection system throughout campus.

LOS LUNAS, N.M. (KRQE) – As we see mass shootings continuing around the world, a new system at the University of New Mexico-Valencia Campus could provide a quicker police response to emergencies like shootings. The form of technology is new to college campuses in the area and is aimed at increasing student safety in case of an active shooter.

The new gunshot detection system is catching on at different schools and public venues. Some of this technology was developed in Albuquerque and the engineers behind it hope to make a difference in public safety.

As school shootings become more mainstream, law enforcement at UNM-Valencia Campus is trying to prevent them through new technology.



February 15, 2019 – EAGL Technology, Inc. provides Emergency Automatic Gunshot Lockdown (EAGL) System and CityWeb. The Technology is a detection system designed to identify, differentiate, and report gunshot information and is coupled with systems to execute a preprogrammed, customer-chosen set of response options with the objective of reducing casualties by improving response time of first responders. The Technology also includes site surveys, installation and integration services, training to third parties for integration, training for users, and resolution of warranty issues. This Developmental Testing and Evaluation Designation will expire on March 31, 2022.

federal Laboratory Consortium

Boaz Raz (CEO)  Been recognized by Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer April 24, 2019 for Excellence in Technology. Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer (FLC) is the formally chartered, nationwide network of over 300 federal laboratories, agencies, and research centers that fosters commercialization best practice strategies and opportunities for accelerating federal technologies from out of the labs and into the marketplace.