Murray Community School District deploys gun detection technology – Security Magazine

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Murray Community School District in Iowa has announced that they will be deploying ZeroEyes, an AI-driven gun detection platform, to mitigate the risk of gun violence on campus. ZeroEyes holds the US Department of Homeland Security SAFETY Act Designation and provides an intelligent situational awareness software that layers onto pre-existing cameras. If the software detects a gun, images will be sent to an operations center staffed with veterans of the United States military and law enforcement. If the threat is determined to be valid, then the experts will alert the local authorties. 

Tim Kuehl, superintendent of Murray Community School District, said, “While we are a small, rural community, if there is anything we have learned it’s that gun-related violence can happen anywhere. We are prioritizing the safety and security of our students and faculty, and ZeroEyes ensures that our campus is protected from gun-related threats 24/7. We are proud to add this new layer of security to make our community safer.”

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