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Regent Power will be showcasing their Smart City Streetlight that features an integrated camera, Wi-Fi and gunshot localization system called ShotPoint, developed by intelligent sensing technology provider, Databuoy Corporation, in St. Louis on March 20 hosted by the St. Ann Police Department.
Regent Power will be showcasing their Smart City Streetlight that features an integrated camera, wi-fi, and gunshot localization system called ShotPoint, developed by intelligent sensing technology provider, Databuoy Corporation. The demonstration will occur at 3940 Industrial Drive, St. Ann, MO. This demonstration will be hosted by the St. Ann Police Department and will be on their grounds.
Public safety and security have become major concerns for everyone. It is now viable for smart technologies to revolutionize how cities locate, mitigate and prevent threats to safety issues. City leaders are being held more accountable for making our communities safe and secure. But, it has to be accomplished with close attention to budgets; initial costs as well as longer term operating costs.
Regent Power CEO Laura Jones shows how to charge her Tesla Model S as Free Island Energy President Marc Lopata stands nearby Tuesday during a Missouri Department of Transportation convoy stop at Tesla’s Supercharger site at 915 Port Way. The charging station is one of five in the area, according to the U.S. Department of Energy’s Alternative Fuels Data Center.
If you were driving on Interstate 70 between St. Louis and Kansas City on Tuesday, you may have seen a convoy of two Teslas and a compressed natural gas-powered Chevy Silverado. It was the Missouri Department of Transportation’s “Road to Tomorrow” team heading to Wednesday’s Missouri Transportation Commission meeting, where it will update commissioners on the progress it’s made in the year since it was formed. Team leader Tom Blair says they’ve looked at hundreds of ideas to bring technology and innovation to the state’s highways, including some that would create sustainable long-term revenue streams.
Regent Power, together with partner Databuoy Corporation, recently showcased their Smart City Streetlight to officials from the City of St. Louis, Missouri. The demonstration, conducted by the St. Ann, MO Police Department, featured a live fire scenario using real gunshots from an AR-15 (.223 caliber) and a .40 caliber pistol (both are supersonic), and a shotgun.
SHOTPOINT is an acoustic sensor network that incorporates strategically placed nodes that located indoors or outdoors will automatically identify and locate the source of gunfire. When integrated with video systems, it will cue cameras to the exact time and location of a shot. SHOTPOINT immediately communicates the gunshot data in a variety of formats, such as a simple message, or referenced to maps and floor plans. This incident-specific data is transmitted to onsite security personnel or local first responders in seconds.
Regent Power will be showcasing their Smart City Streetlight that features an integrated camera, Wi-Fi, and gunshot localization system called ShotPoint, developed by intelligent sensing technology provider, Databuoy Corporation. The demonstration will occur at 3940 Industrial Drive, St. Ann, Missouri. This demonstration will be hosted by the St. Ann Police Department and will be on their grounds.
Street lights that can report gunshots to police in real time sounds futuristic, but it’s real. News 4 joined the St. Ann Police Department on Monday for a demonstration of the Smart City street lights. Microphones are placed inside the intelligent lighting to trigger a camera when a gunshot goes off nearby. “If you think about the spacing between your ears that’s the acoustic range, we’re picking up for gunshots,” said Databuoy CEO Kathleen Griggs.