AI School Security - New Mexico Firearm Detection

AI School Security – New Mexico Firearm Detection

AI School Security – New Mexico Firearm Detection – Advanced AI Gives Authorities Notification Before a Firearm is Discharged.

AI School Security – New Mexico Firearm Detection

Senseless violence has caused the loss of too many lives. At GTE and ZeroEyes we work hard to support security professionals and law enforcement. The quicker you know there may be a threat, the quicker you can respond.

Generally, our first responders don’t have enough situational awareness when they arrive on scene because of a lack of information. Consequently, they walk into unimaginable situations without knowledge of where threats are or how many people are involved. What do they look like? What are they wearing? Where are they? Is there more than one shooter involved? 

Using existing cameras, this AI can can identify the number of shooters, transmit identifying images, as well as pinpoint the active shooter’s location(s) directly to security, law enforcement and other first responders. 

Specifically, the alert system inherent in our technology provides necessary communications.

By implementing ZeroEyes technology, first responders and other personnel can gain access to important information immediately, saving seconds, which can save lives.

Here is a short video describing how it works.

In the wake of numerous school shooting incidents over the past 10 years, people are anxious about creating safe environments. especially in our school system. The ability to detect weapons on premises is unfortunately a necessity now. Cameras are already in place at most schools. There are also no clear causes or indications of when a school shooting will occur. Therefore, it would be infeasible to have a human security guard watch all cameras all the time.

ZeroEyes has created weapon recognition technology to provide real-time information to those who protect people if the worst happens.

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