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Safety Dynamics specializes in the use of smart sensors for threat recognition and localization. Safety Dynamics is currently selling and supporting a system for law enforcement called SENTRI (Sensor Enabled Neural Threat Recognition and Identification). The system is a technology that recognizes gunshots and explosions and sends range and bearing details to cameras which can then locate the source of the event.nThe patented Dynamic Synapse Neural Network (DSNN) technology developed by the Laboratory for Neural Dynamics at the University of Southern California is at the core of the acoustic recognition capability and is based on neurobiological principles of brain signal processing, and aims to allow, like the human brain, accurate temporal pattern recognition of acoustic signals even in the presence of high noise. Identification of acoustic signals in noisy environments remains a difficult of signal processing problems, and is a major obstacle to the high degrees of accuracy and speed needed to identify suspicious sounds in high-security, high-safety environments.nWith these fundamental concepts in mind, Safety Dynamics has developed a fundamentally different paradigm for biologically-based pattern recognition, which incorporate nonlinear dynamics of neurons in the hippocampus, the brain region responsible for forming pattern recognition memories.nThe small footprint of a DSNN-based classification system aims to make DSNNs highly desirable for use in field-deployed devices and Safety Dynamics implemented its first commercialized DSNN in the form of a gunshot recognizer. Further development in under way to train the DSNN for a library of sounds associated with threats and intrusion, giving Safety Dynamics the ability to expand its acoustic recognition to sounds beyond gunshot, while retaining and improving the perfomance of recognition in high noise envrionments. SENTRI employs the trained DSNN technology gunshots to recognize small arms and assault rifle fire and not to respond to other loud noises, like a city bus backfire.nThe technology is designed to identify gunshot events in noisy environments, determine the location/origin of the gunshot, direct a video camera to collect data on the gunshot source, and wirelessly send a signal to a central command site, where officers can immediately begin monitoring the video stream.n

Safety Dynamics Headquarter Location

Suite 100

Tucson, Arizona, 85747,

United States

Latest Safety Dynamics News

Gunshot Detection System Market to Worth USD 1,408.3 Million by 2028; Increasing Mass Shooting Incidents Worldwide to Aid Growth: Says Fortune Business Insights™

Apr 6, 2021

Top companies covered in gunshot detection system market are ShotSpotter Inc. (The U.S.), ACOEM Group (France), Louroe Electronics (The U.S.), Tracer Technology Systems, Inc. (The U.S.), Safety Dynamics, Inc. (The U.S.), Databuoy Corporation (The U.S.), Raytheon Company, a Raytheon Technologies company (The U.S.), Thales Group (France), Rheinmetall AG (Germany), IAI (Israel), QinetiQ (The U.S.), and more players profiled April 06, 2021 12:02 ET Pune INDIA Pune, India, April 06, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The global gunshot detection system (GDS) market is set to gain momentum from the increasing focus of prominent manufacturers on the development of advanced technologies for detecting real-time sound. Safe Zone, for instance, completed a USD 1 million round of funding anchored by Seedfunders. This would help to broaden its senior leadership team and strengthen its distribution in North America. Fortune Business Insights™ published this information in a new study, titled, “Gunshot Detection System Market, 2021-2028.” The study further mentions that the market size was USD 673.9 million in 2020. It is expected to grow from USD 697.5 million in 2021 to USD 1,408.3 million in 2028, exhibiting a CAGR of 10.56% in the forecast period. COVID-19 Pandemic to Hinder Growth Backed by Delay in Product Deliveries The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in lockdown measures in countries, such as Japan, India, China, Germany, France, and the U.S. Hence, the global defense industry was impacted severely as numerous product deliveries were either cancelled or delayed. It is likely to decline the demand for gunshot detection systems in the upcoming years. We are providing you with authentic research reports so that you can find the best strategy to cope up with the grave situation. Segmentation- Increasing Installation to Spur Growth of the Defense Segment The research report classifies the market based on geography, installation, application, and system. By installation, it is divided into fixed installation, vehicle installation, and soldier mounted installation. In terms of system, it is segmented into outdoor and indoor. Based on application, it is bifurcated into defense and commercial. Amongst these, the defense segment is expected to remain at the forefront by generating the largest gunshot detection system market share. GDS is mainly used in this sector to detect locations of firing, especially from large weapons. Get Sample PDF Brochure with Impact of COVID19:

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