The EAGL System was developed independently in response to the Sandy Hook tragedy. After closely looking at recent active shooter incidents, it become clear that a response had to occurn within the first seconds of shots fired if lives were going to be saved.
With this technology, once an active shooter is detected, an image is sent of the building layout, along with ballistic data and shooter location, to local law enforcement. The EAGL System detects a gunshot in under two seconds and executes all of the emergency notifications, lockdown, live video, public address, and mass communication announcements in under 20 seconds.
A portion of all EAGL sales are donated to Safe and Sound Schools, an organization founded by Michele Gay, whose daughter, Josephine, was killed in the Sandy Hook tragedy. Read more about Safe and Sound Schools below.