Huntsville, AL — Arcarithm is introducing its Artificial Intelligence-based Edge Computing Gun Detection Camera in order to minimize the time it takes to identify a person with a gun, and implement immediate action to secure the building, as well as send mass notifications to security resources.
Known as Exigent®-GR, the AI-based Gun Detection Edge Computer was originally developed to detect both drones and guns. It is based on the concept that a larger operational space allows more reaction time.
Exigent-GR combines state-of-the-art camera technology with sophisticated computer vision in a single robust device that autonomously scans and processes images to identity threats. Exigent-GR can work standalone or with multiple Exigent-GR cameras meshed together working to detect, identify, alert, track and stop active shooters before a shot is fired and before the shooter enters the building.
“Detecting and responding to an active shooter is critical to saving lives. Exigent-GR incorporates powerful artificial intelligence at the camera source to provide a faster response,” said Arcarithm President/CEO Randy Riley.