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By Cat D. Hyeon
"Here’s how ShotSpotter works: Audio sensors are placed above street level — on the tops of buildings, maybe telephone poles — listening for what Sam Klepper ’87, senior vice president of Marketing and Product Strategy at ShotSpotter, describes as 'loud, impulsive sounds.'"
"Here’s how ShotSpotter works: Audio sensors are placed above street level — on the tops of buildings, maybe telephone poles — listening for what Sam Klepper ’87, senior vice president of Marketing and Product Strategy at ShotSpotter, describes as 'loud, impulsive sounds.'"

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