Weapons Detection

Read: Patient Brings Pipe Bomb into Pennsylvania Emergency Room

Patient Brings Pipe Bomb into Pennsylvania Emergency Room

The pipe bomb was discovered by staff members who were logging the patient’s belongings after his admission to the hospital.

Read: Motorola Solutions Introduces Concealed Weapon Detection Solution to Alert Security Teams of Hidden Weapons

Motorola Solutions Introduces Concealed Weapon Detection Solution to Alert Security Teams of Hidden Weapons

Venues can use the technology to quickly scan entrants and assess for potential weapons and threats.

Read: The Best Campus Safety Security Technology Content from 2020

The Best Campus Safety Security Technology Content from 2020

Big security technology changes have been made on all types of campuses due to the pandemic. See which changes our readers were most interested in this year.

Read: Omnilert, Navigate360 Combine Gun Detection with Active Shooter Response Training

Omnilert, Navigate360 Combine Gun Detection with Active Shooter Response Training

The new partnership combines Omnilert’s AI-powered Gun Detect with Navigate360’s active shooter response training expertise.

Read: Kenosha USD Chooses ZeroEyes’ AI Weapons Detection Platform

Kenosha USD Chooses ZeroEyes’ AI Weapons Detection Platform

Kenosha Unified School District, the third-largest district in Wisconsin, integrated ZeroEyes’ solution with its IP security cameras.

Read: AI-Powered Visual Gun Detection

AI-Powered Visual Gun Detection

Omnilert Gun Detect uses existing video surveillance systems to reliably and rapidly recognize firearms and immediately trigger multi-channel alerts and automated pre-defined safety protocols.

Read: Americans Want Increased Security at Public Venues, According to New Study

Americans Want Increased Security at Public Venues, According to New Study

Researchers found that terrorism countermeasures actually resulted in higher attendance at public venues such as stadiums, arenas and convention centers.

Read: ZeroEyes Selected by South Side Area School District for Weapons Detection Solution

ZeroEyes Selected by South Side Area School District for Weapons Detection Solution

Technology will help protect students, faculty, and visitors by proactively monitoring and detecting threats at first sight

Read: Louisiana College Gets $100K Grant for Security Improvements

Louisiana College Gets $100K Grant for Security Improvements

The funds will pay for improved safety and security in campus buildings, parking lots and dorms.

Read: Tennessee High School Adopts AI-Based Weapons Detection

Tennessee High School Adopts AI-Based Weapons Detection

Designed to help identify threats before they become violent, the weapons detection technology integrates with an organization’s existing security cameras.

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