Select Engineering Services (SES), has developed the only wearable body armor sensor that notifies an entire agency when an attack has occurred on an officer(s) providing GPS Location, Injuries, Medical Information in Seconds (no human input required) & works even if the officer is incapacitated.
Automatic Injury Detection (AID) notifies the agency, other officers and EMS in seconds, providing single or multiple attack awareness, a common operating picture and makes the agency and officer much more resilient to active shooters and attacks.
A revolutionary jump in communication using push data instead of pull, requiring no user input.
(SeeAID) Live Fire demonstration with connectivity to a radio and a smartphone. Courtesy of DataSoftCorp and YouTube)
The technology is fairly simple.
Two thin panels of the lightweight, flexible and maintenance free, mylar panel is inserted into the officers body armor, (both front and back) for complete concealment and no modifications required to the body armor.
The panels are printed with two conductive ink penetration sensor circuits with integral communications modules, powered by rechargeable dual mode cell and radio batteries.
Utilizing the penetration circuit sensors – AID detects, knives, crossbows, compound bows, gunshots and even IED’s – and instantly reports any penetrating injury affecting the coverage area
If a bullet, knife or any penetration cuts through the flexible mylar panel, an immediate alert will be sent out over radio, as well as by text message to up to 30 recipients, advising the recipients as to the identify of the officer/officers, what area of their body was injured, the officer’s heart rate and a GPS map identifying their exact location.
Additionally, AID will communicate the injured officer’s medical information so first responders will be advised as to blood types and/or any relevant allergies before even deploying to the site.
(Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office deploys new injury-detecting technology. Courtesy of WSLS 10 and YouTube)
“What this new technology changes – is it puts critical communications out to everyone at the same time,” explains Ken Brinkley, Senior Vice President with Select Engineering Services, LLC.
“Within seven seconds or less, everyone in the agency knows exactly where you are and provides a map to their location.”
“A responder can actually listen in over the phone to hear what is going on at the scene without the injured officer having to do anything.”
AID works in a secure environment (2 meter bubble) to 228 ft or 69 meters, across cell phones, radios and LMRs or mobile lap tops in patrol vehicles.
Automatic Injury Detection (AID) Features Include:
Invented by Ex-Military and Police officers to aid in these trying times of ACTIVE SHOOTERS targeting our law enforcement professionals.
- Conductive Ink Sensor Circuit Printed on Flexible Mylar Panel
- Circuit Breaks – Automatically Triggering Communication
- Auto Sends ID, GPS Location/Injuries In Seconds
- No Officer Tracking – Info sent only when circuit is broken by penetration of a .22cal. or larger projectile
- Communicates through cell phones, radios and smart watches
- Provides officer ID, GPS Location, heart rate and telemetry after injury
(See this short video showcasing the Automatic Injury Detection solution in Action. Courtesy of Sprint and YouTube)
Assuring rapid responses for medical aid and containing these dangerous attacks as soon as possible.
- Text up to (30) numbers at the same time
- Opens Mic to “Listen in” at Attack Scene
- Military Field Tested
- Active Shooter – Tracking
- Single / Multiple attack scale awareness
- Redundant Communication – Cell / Radio
After Attack Tracking.
AID automatically sends an updated location every minute (adjustable) or when your location changes more than 100 ft. from initial attack location.
The user can be totally incapacitated, no user input is required.
Works over Cell phones (Android / iPhone) radios with Bluetooth and GPS as well as laptops in patrol cars (LMR) for redundant communications.
In an Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiment (AEWE) Oct 6th, 2015 AID sensors successfully detected both non and full penetration rounds (9mm /.223 cal.) inserted in Army Issue Body Armor (no modifications) and no user input required to report Name, Attack Location, Injuries and Medical Information in less than a second over Nett Warrior.
(See the Automatic Injury Detection (AID) system at the Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiments. The AID panel is shot with a 9mm and 5.56mm – upon detection, a MAYDAY message was automatically sent via the Nett Warrior device connected to a PRC-154 Rifleman Radio. All radios/devices on the radio network received the MAYDAY alert within seconds. Courtesy of WMCC, DataSoftCorp and YouTube)
Select Engineering Services in 2017 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Program
The 2017 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Program, is organized to recognize the most distinguished vendors of Physical, IT, Port Security, Law Enforcement, First Responders, (Fire, EMT, Military, Support Services Vets, SBA, Medical Tech) as well as the Federal, State, County and Municipal Government Agencies – to acknowledge their outstanding efforts to ‘Keep our Nation Secure, One City at a Time.’
As an ‘ASTORS’ competitor, Select Engineering Services Automatic Injury Detection (AID) will be competing against the industry’s leading providers of Innovative Risk, Crisis Management Solutions.
American Security Today will be holding the 2017 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Presentation Luncheon at 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m, Wednesday, November 15th at ISC East, the Northeast’s largest security industry event, in the Jacob Javits Exhibition Center in New York City.
At ISC East you will have the chance to meet with technical reps from over 225 leading brands in the security industry, allowing you to find out about new products and stay ahead of the competition.
Encompassing everything from Video Surveillance and Access Control to Smart Home Technologies and Unmanned Security, you’re sure to find products and services that will benefit your company and clients.