Stopping the Tragedy Before it Starts with Next-Gen Electronic Security Solutions
How Diversified and ZeroEyes are Helping Alleviate the Active Shooter Problem in America
STERLING, VA—Diversified, a leading global technology solutions provider, recently hosted a demonstration of artificial intelligence software that is leading the way in active shooter detection across the United States. In an investigative report, Washington, DC’s CBS affiliate, WUSA9, covered the demonstration from Diversified’s office in Sterling, Virginia.
ZeroEyes, the company behind this next-gen electronic security solution, is an organization founded and run by Army and Navy veterans inspired by their military experience and our nation’s imminent need to protect our schools and public spaces. The timing of the report was particularly poignant as WUSA9 released it to the public the same week as Veterans Day and, on a much more somber note, the country’s latest tragic incident—a school shooting in Santa Clarita, CA that killed two students and wounded three others.
The solution, gaining traction among school districts and public offices, is aimed at helping first responders reduce response times, pinpointing the exact location of a potential threat and ultimately saving lives. Diversified’s director of Electronic Security Solutions, Bill Aheimer, talks about how the company is utilizing the software to complement its video surveillance, access control and security operations center solutions and mitigate campus security concerns for its clients across the country.
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