Omnilert Expands Offerings to Include Gun Detection

Omnilert now includes Gun Detect as part of its product offerings, in addition to its emergency mass notification solutions.

Founded in 2004, Omnilert pioneered the emergency mass notification (EMNS) market and is the innovation leader and trusted partner to thousands of organizations.

Now, Omnilert is transforming the market again with a preventive platform that combines artificial intelligence (AI) gun detection and our advanced emergency notification service.

Omnilert Gun Detect, an AI-powered, visual gun detection software as a service (SaaS) technology, prevents loss of life by identifying guns and gun threats via video feeds and immediately alerting security teams and enabling response — before shots are fired.

Integrating with existing or new video surveillance systems, Omnilert’s open platform supports interoperability with external systems, including alarms, digital signage and access control systems, increasing the value of existing systems and investments.

With the combination of Omnilert Gun Detect and our three-tiered EMNS platform, Omnilert provides the only complete end-to-end solution, encompassing detection and emergency mass notification, engagement and management.

For more information, visit Omnilert online at omnilert.com.

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