Triangula detects and positions gunshots from small firearms by using mobile phones as sensors. The system can be deployed in minutes by installing the Triangula Scout app on three or more mobile phones.
Recognizes the audio signature of a gunshot
Requires three or more mobile phones for positioning
Running on Android. Released on iOS by the end of 2021
Optimized for battery life
Offers instant setup and worldwide coverage
Developed for various public cloud solutions
Deploy private cloud for maximum security
Web based operating system on PC/Mac and tablets
Gunshot alerts and planning tool for deployment and relocation of sensors
Possible to integrate in Operating rooms and Command & Control systems
How does it work?
A gunshot is fired
The acoustic fingerprint is detected on sensors
The detection is forwarded to backend
Location and gunshot information is distributed
If you can hear the sound of a gunshot Triangula will detect and position it. Triangula uses advanced artificial intelligence (AI) to position gunshot, identify weapon and find gunshot direction
Long detection range
Audible range of a gunshot depends on weapon type, gunshot direction, background noise and topography.
The detection range for a rifle in open terrain is up to 2 kilometers.
Accuracy depends on distance and angle between sensors.
Triangula typically positions the shooter within 25 meters at a range of 500 meters.
Real time response
Triangula detects and alerts virtually in real time.
A shooter is mapped within 4 seconds.
Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI) is the prime institution responsible for defence related research and development in Norway.
Triangula is developed with support from FFI and Norwegian Armed Forces through governmental grants and assistance during development and testing.
The information is electronically signed and encrypted to provide evidence
Security of city centers and critical infrastructure
Share gunshot warnings across agencies
Assist and activate correct CCTV viewport
Government and municipal buildings
Power and industrial plants
Official state visits
Parades and celebrations