Weapons Detection

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.

Read: Announcing the 2020 Campus Safety BEST Award Winners

Announcing the 2020 Campus Safety BEST Award Winners

Check out this year’s top campus public safety, security and emergency management products – the CS 2020 BEST Award winners!

Read: Will COVID-19 Affect Weapons Detection on Your Campus?

Will COVID-19 Affect Weapons Detection on Your Campus?

Many hospitals, K-12 schools and colleges use metal detectors, but will the coronavirus have a significant impact on how the technology is used?

Read: Philly Schools Consider Delaying Start of 2020-2021 Academic Year

Philly Schools Consider Delaying Start of 2020-2021 Academic Year

The possible delay will give Philadelphia schools more time for anti-racism training and improved sanitation protocols.

Read: Texas School District to Require Clear or Mesh Backpacks, Limit Bag Size

Texas School District to Require Clear or Mesh Backpacks, Limit Bag Size

The implementation of the small bag and clear backpack policies is intended to improve campus security.

Read: 2 S.C. School Districts Install Evolv Technology Weapons Detection Systems

2 S.C. School Districts Install Evolv Technology Weapons Detection Systems

The AI-based technology can screen 60 people per minute and does not require emptying pockets or removing bags, according to the company.

Read: Ohio School District to Deploy Patriot One Threat Detection Platform

Ohio School District to Deploy Patriot One Threat Detection Platform

Implementation of the PATSCAN multisensor threat detection platform will begin at Mt. Healthy City School District by integrator Ginter Electrical.

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