Sound Event Detector (SED) – security solution
Sound detectors in healthcare facilities offer many benefits such as personnel safety or personnel monitoring. We are increasingly witnessing violence against health and social service workers year after year. There is also aggressive behaviour among patients themselves. SED is a complex hospital safety and security solution.
Mitigating dangerous situations with audio detectors can be applied wherever there is a risk of injury or danger itself. The audio event detector can be used, for example, in waiting rooms, in corridors of medical facilities, in parking structures, or outdoor areas of hospitals.
The sound detector reacts with real-time precision and quickly alerts the hospital security guards to the danger.
With SED, there is no loss of precious seconds,
that are spent calling law enforcement.
Monitoring in healthcare
The Sound Event Detector revolutionizes audio care with advanced sound detection and audio analytics. Equipped with intelligent systems, the SED can accurately monitor and analyse different sound patterns in a healthcare environment – “sound healthcare”.
Our innovative technology enables the detection of critical sound events, ensures timely response by security forces, and can also enhance patient safety.
Simulated attack at the Central Military Hospital in Prague
In September, we had the unique opportunity to visit the Central Military Hospital, where a realistic exercise of members of the Police of the Czech Republic in the area of simulated attack took place. During this exercise, we had the opportunity to test our innovative Sound Event Detector (SED) product, which was developed to detect aggressive shouting in environments with high background noise.
SED customized alerts
Medical device alarms occur in hospital and social care facilities.
For example, a sound event detector can be taught to react to specific sounds in given environments and then set to alert on these sounds that indicate a dangerous situation. Increase the hospital safety and security with SED.