CBS Austin reports, “Following the one-year anniversary of the tragic Uvalde shooting, schools across the country are rapidly adopting artificial intelligence gun detection technology to prevent active shooter attacks.”
"One leading AI gun detection technology, Omnilert Ai Gun Detect, emerged from a deeply personal tragedy. Following the devastating Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012, Chad Green, the Director of AI at Omnilert, channeled his grief and expertise to develop a solution that could prevent such incidents from recurring."
“Since its launch in 2020, over 300 schools and businesses have adopted AI gun detection technology, recognizing its potential to prevent active shooter incidents. Recently, school districts in Nashville and Maryland announced their adoption of Omnilert's technology to enhance the safety of their campuses."
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