WEBINAR: Active Shooter Solutions with Honeywell & Shooter Detection Systems — Thurs, Feb 21, 2019 at 1:00pm EST

Make every second count in life-threatening situations. Learn how Honeywell and Shooter Detection Systems improve situational awareness and incident communications with integrated security solutions.

Join this webinar where we will examine active shooter events that have happened in schools, workplaces and in public venues, similar themes emerge that impact effective response. For building occupants, a lack of situational awareness results in panic, confusion, and the inability to make lifesaving decisions quickly in those critical first seconds. In the midst of this chaos, security personnel and first responders are often receiving delayed and inaccurate reports of incident details, trying to piece this information together to build a clear picture of where to go to mitigate the threat.

On this webinar, Shooter Detection Systems and Honeywell will bring these life-threatening problems into focus with integrated security solutions that enhance situational awareness and improve incident communications when every second counts.

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Speaker Bios:

Christopher Swanger, Senior Vice President of Sales, Shooter Detection Systems
Chris is passionate about stopping active shooters and saving precious lives with proven gunshot detection technology from Shooter Detection Systems. Drawing from his experience in previous roles providing technology security solutions for the casino and gaming market, Chris works closely with the SDS Authorized Dealer Network and security end users to help them best apply integrated gunshot detection solutions that fit the unique needs of their organization.

Bruce Montgomery, Business Development Manager, Honeywell Commercial Security
Bruce specializes in Integrated Security solutions with a focus on Education and Institutional Facility Security. Prior to joining the Honeywell team, Bruce was a sworn police officer for 25 years in the Chicago area. Bruce spent many years as a Criminal Investigator, SWAT Tactical Rapid Deployment Instructor for Police where he spent fourteen years training school administrators and teachers in Active Shooter response to school violence. Bruce is published as a contributing author in the John Reid Book “Electronic Recording of Criminal Interrogations” and recent school safety articles in Campus Security Magazine, SDM Magazine, and Security Sales & Integration Magazine.

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4 Responses

  1. I found you and am enjoying the information and look forward to learning more.
    My new AC Hotel by Marriott in Portland, Maine has 7 Lennox RTUs and 2 large ERVs. I have the Prodigy controllers etc. with a variety of comm options but no ethernet cabling – dumb oversight/budget cut.
    I was thinking BACNET to wifi, but we have extra wiring in the cables.
    I want to be able to view the system and be able get push notifixations on data point variances.
    I’d love to see what you have for advice on the best route to take. I may end up consulting with other locations as well. I have NABCEP certifications in PV and Thermal so am familiar with a variety of associated technologies. Thank you!!

  2. I’d love to see what you have for advice on the best route to take. I may end up consulting with other locations as well. I have NABCEP certifications in PV and Thermal so am familiar with a variety of associated technologies. Thank you!!

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