fūsus enables greater workplace safety. Whether it’s retail stores, office buildings, shopping malls, gas stations, or parking facilities, our video networking capabilities increase the safety of staff and customers alike.
Our platform improves law enforcement’s ability to investigate crime when it does happen, as well as rapidly respond in case of emergencies.
Security cameras are a crime deterrent- sharing your camera feeds with law enforcement create a force multiplier, amplifying the power of your security investment.
Knowing where your cameras are located via fūsusREGISTRY, or having the ability to access your cameras on alert via a fususCORE reduces investigative time and increases your safety.
Most active shooters target their places of work. Gas stations and retail locations are also primed targets for armed robberies. In these situation, seconds count. fūsus virtual and physical panic buttons allow your personnel to quickly and quietly trigger an alert to law enforcement.
It enables responding officers and 911 centers to look inside your locations to gain a rapid awareness of the situation inside, reducing their response time and helping keep your staff safe.
fūsus is inexpensive and easy to set up. Our fūsusCORE™ device simply plugs into your network, and within seconds it discovers and connects to all your cameras. Our software easily networks multiple buildings to create a unified overview of all your locations.
Want more safety but don’t want to sacrifice your privacy? fūsus is the anti-big-brother, allowing you to only share your camera feeds on alert. Our policy-based system keeps your cameras private, yet allows you to share them directly with law enforcement, at your discretion, when an emergency situation arises.
Active shooter incidents have become an increasingly prevalent problem, especially in the U.S., over the past decade. To help frame the problem we collectively face, fūsus has put together an infographic that covers the facts and figures around active shooter incidents in 2018, as well as historically over the past 20 years. The information draws from a range of studies from the FBI, Department of Homeland Security, various police departments, and the NYPD.
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Many gunshot victims do not die from their primary injury- instead, they tend to bleed out, even from initially non-fatal wounds. In these cases, minutes can make the difference between life and death. So how can we get people to safety faster? The keys to a rapid and effective first-response in the case of an active shooter is complete situational awareness, coupled with a common operating picture.