While our focus has been on the pandemic for the last year or so, gun violence continues to be just as much, if not more, of a concern now than ever. There were more than 600 mass shootings in 2020, compared to 417 in 2019, and the pace has not slowed down in 2021. These tragic events underscore the need for serious conversations around active shooter response training and security technologies on campuses.
Video surveillance systems are increasingly deployed to mitigate the risk of active shooter incidents, but monitoring them can be difficult, unreliable and expensive. Simply recording an active shooter incident is ineffective in preventing the situation from occurring in the first place.
Enter a new generation of AI-powered, visual gun detection solutions that leverage video surveillance systems to reliably and rapidly recognize firearms and immediately trigger automated alerts. Technologies like these, in combination with active shooter response training, can mitigate risk and ultimately save lives.
In this webinar, we explore:
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