Safe Zone reports that its Safe Zone Gunfire Detection System will be distributed by Anixter.

According to Safe Zone president, Mike Anderson, the Anixter agreement gives Safe Zone access to key verticals including K-12 education, higher education, houses of worship, retail, hospitality and corporate.

“Anixter will play a key role in providing us with an extended footprint that is supported by superior local market expertise,” Anderson said. “Anixter is a strong addition to our national distribution channel and is known for their outreach and support to key vertical customers. We are proud to now be included in their portfolio of category leading brands.”

According to Safe Zone, its Gunfire Detection System is a stand-alone, affordable, automated indoor gunfire detection system providing actionable intelligence to law enforcement, first responders, and onsite personnel within seconds of a gunshot.

The Safe Zone system combines state-of-the-art detection hardware with leading-edge cloud-based, machine-learning capabilities to provide crucial information including type of the weapon, the number of shots fired, and the shooter’s location.

Safe Zone said its open API enables easy integration with third-party systems, like an alarm or access control system, for a complete emergency solution. For more information, visit