Event Review - KLM Technology Expo May 24th 2017

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Gunshot detection technology demonstrated in Roanoke

ROANOKE (WSLS 10) – In a time when personal safety at home, in the workplace and in public is a top priority, technology now exists to better meet those needs.

“That’s what it’s for, saving lives,” said Paul Walter, owner of KLM Marketing.

KLM Marketing is hosting demonstrations all across the country. The one held on Thursday at Safeside Tactical in Roanoke was the fifth demonstration nationwide.

KLM represents technology companies like Flir and Sielox which have developed cutting-edge technology systems using cameras, thermal imagery and audio analytics that can record and detect the most minute details and even alert police when and where a gunshot has been fired.

“It’s dialed in to get directly the sound of a gunshot,” Walter explained. “We are not going to be fooled by somebody slamming a book on a counter or something else like that.”

That includes car backfires or similar sounds. The technology goes beyond human error.

In a demonstration at the gun range, only seconds after a gun was fired an alarm sounded from a computer system; “Warning! Active shooter detected. Take cover.”

FLIR Thermal Imaging

FLIR Thermal Imaging

The system can even be set to alert police when what’s considered “aggressive behavior” like a loud argument has been detected.

Walter said it’s being used in larger cities like Baltimore and could possibly prevent a violent act before it happens.

Safeside Tactical owner Mitch Tyler said Roanoke is taking note of what this could mean for the future.

“There are definitely representatives from municipalities in our area [Thursday] as well as some local law enforcement agencies,” Tyler said. “It’s one of those things that municipalities are going to see has value and we as citizens, what kind of protections we want to have in place. We want to decrease response times with gunshots, especially in a public area. And so, I just think the technology is at the right time for cities of our size to start embracing this kind of thing.”

KLM wins Aiphone’s “Bent Oar Award” for the third year in a row

“This has never been done by a rep firm before. We are honored to be the first to do it and are looking forward to what 2013 brings to us. Aiphone is an exceptional partner” said Paul Walter, founder of KLM Marketing. “KLM will continue to lead the way in marketing Aiphone’s products and services. The IS line has added to the product line up and the new JM will be very popular with its user friendly touchscreen. Who knows, maybe we can bend the oar four years in a row.”

KLM receives DVTel’s Rep of the Year Award

KLM receives DVTel’s Rep of the Year Award for efforts in 2012 at the ISC West Show in Las Vegas, NV on April 9th, 2013.

Focus to develop new DVTel VARs, bringing dealers and end users to technical training seminars,

finding new projects for DVTel cameras and VMS solutions were all part of KLM’s success in 2012.

Click on the link below to read the article in SP&T News. DVTel's two partners of the year

A second article is in Source Security:

DVTEL honors MCM Integrated as VAR of the Year and KLM as Manufacturer’s Rep of the Year

DVTEL’s two partners of the year

Video surveillance provider DVTEL named MCM Integrated Systems as value-added reseller (VAR) of the Year, and KLM Marketing as Manufacturer's Rep of the Year. They will be honoured at the International Security Conference (ISC) West 2013.

“The two companies exemplify the importance of our channel partner network as DVTEL provides end-to-end video solutions to ensure the safety of people, property and assets,” said Ed Wassall, DVTEL Vice President of Global Marketing and Hardware Products.

MCM Integrated Systems was awarded for its close collaboration with DVTEL to meet the needs of its client base. For 33 years, MCM designed and installed integrated access control and video security systems for government agencies, hospitals and high-rise complexes in the Southern California area.

“We are honored by the recognition bestowed on us by DVTEL,” said Richard McMillan, President, MCM Integrated Systems.

As DVTEL's Manufacturer's Representative of the Year, KLM Marketing has demonstrated marketing tactics for DVTEL's product line that produce revenue growth each year. The leading choice for video and intercom solutions in Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, eastern Pennsylvanian, southern New Jersey and Washington, KLM and its network of field representatives offer system design, sales/technical training, site visits and customer support.

“We at KLM work closely with partners and users to provide comprehensive solutions, and DVTEL systems are an ideal fit for IP projects whether it is mid-sized or enterprise-class,” said Paul Walter, Founder, KLM Marketing. “The DVTEL technology suite is an important component of our business, providing customers the benefit of an open-standard, IP-based security operations center that unifies video, audio, data, access control and alarm management using centralized command and control.”