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ZeroEyes conducts active shooter training roadshow supporting U.S. schools

ZeroEyes, Inc., creators of the only A.I.-based platform focused on weapons detection that holds the US Department of Homeland Security SAFETY Act Designation announced a roadshow to support active shooter training events at multiple U.S. schools.
The company will conduct demonstrations and discussion sessions to educate schools and law enforcement on how to prepare for and respond to active shooter scenarios by leveraging A.I. gun detection software supported by real-time threat intelligence.
Roadshow locations 
ZeroEyes is planning training events with several schools, and will begin its roadshow at the following locations:

Hobbs Municipal School District (Hobbs, NM) – July 20
South Side Area School District (Beaver County, PA) – July 28
Rancocas Valley Regional High School (Mt. Holly, NJ) – August 17

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