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ZeroEyes gun detection solution deployed at Indiana school district

ZeroEyes gun detection solution deployed at Indiana school district

ZeroEyes deployed at Indiana school district

PHILADELPHIA – ZeroEyes announced that its AI-based gun detection solution has been chosen by Center Grove Community School Corporation (CGCSC) in Johnson County, Ind., to proactively protect students and faculty against gun-related violence.

ZeroEyes said its technology will be deployed across the district’s nine school campuses in Johnson County, utilizing funds awarded from the Indiana Department of Homeland Security Secured School Safety Grant.

According to ZeroEyes, CGCSC was one of the first school districts in the nation to establish a public partnership with its local law enforcement and fire departments, establishing an Emergency Operations Center for live camera monitoring across its campuses. ZeroEyes’ technology is complementary to these efforts and can help reduce risk amidst rising gun-related violence in schools.

“We are always looking for ways to leverage technology as a force multiplier for our police department,” said Center Grove Community School Corporation Assistant Superintendent Dr. Bill Long. “ZeroEyes enhances our security capabilities with 24/7/365 support and provides peace of mind in a time of unease by detecting illegally brandished guns on campus.”

CGCSC is a public school system located 20 minutes south of Indianapolis and serving the residents of the White River Township of Johnson County. The school said one of its core missions is to ensure students feel both emotionally and physically safe as they grow into knowledgeable, confident and responsible citizens.

“ZeroEyes’ AI gun detection technology will help aid this mission and protect the district’s 1,200 staff members and 9,500 students in grades K-12 from gun-related threats,” the company said in a release.

ZeroEyes' AI gun detection and intelligent situational awareness software will be layered on existing digital security cameras at Center Grove’s nine school campuses. Its technology is purely focused on identifying guns, not faces or body types. ZeroEyes said its employees do not monitor live camera feeds, and the monitoring screens in the ZOC remain blank unless a gun is identified, neither does the platform does not store personal or biometric data or conduct any kind of facial recognition.

“Center Grove has shown its commitment to school safety with the establishment of the Emergency Operations Center, and we are proud that ZeroEyes has been selected to augment the district’s security plan,” said Mike Lahiff, CEO and co-founder of ZeroEyes. “Schools across the nation can look to Center Grove as an example of how to proactively mitigate gun-related violence and ensure the safety of its community.”

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