Public safety tech company moves to Peachtree Corners

Fusus celebrated the opening of its new office with an official ribbon cutting ceremony on Oct. 1 with Peachtree Corners Mayor Mike Mason, Mayor Pro Tem Weare Gratwick and Councilmember Lorri Christopher. (Courtesy Fusus)

Fusus, a public safety technology company, recently celebrated the expansion of the company’s headquarters at 5550 Triangle Pkwy. in Peachtree Corners.

Fusus is known in the law enforcement and public safety community for their Real-Time Crime Center in The Cloud (RTC3) platform. The company was recently recognized as = a 2020 member of Atlanta Inno’s “50 on Fire.” The company relocated to larger office space thanks to rapidly increasing demand for their platform which provides a central integration point for law enforcement agencies' surveillance, security, and life safety technology.

The platform also provides law enforcement users the ability to integrate AI at the Edge cameras, gunshot detection systems, automated license plate readers, a multi-media crime tips text messaging system, building floor plans, and location alerts for responding officers, among other utilities.

“The pace of adoption of our Real-Time Crime Center Platform continues to accelerate, especially among technologically progressive agencies, and we’re committed to the continued delivery of really unique and unified public safety solutions,” said Chris Lindenau, CEO of Fusus.

Law enforcement agencies using Fusus' technology include the Georgia Tech Police Department, the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office and the New Hampshire Department of Safety, as well as police departments in cities like Rialto, Honolulu, Minneapolis, and Oak Lawn.

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