Motorola Solutions has announced Safe Schools, an end-to-end solution which uses video, data, voice, and analytics to increase student safety.
According to the company, Safe Schools creates a secure environment from the moment a visitor enters a campus, including artificial intelligence video analytics to alert school officials of suspicious activity and seamless communication with local law enforcement.
“Safe Schools is designed to help schools be more proactive in their safety planning and provide visibility into otherwise unknown threats, helping to ensure that students are safe and personnel can focus on the job at hand,” said John Zidar, senior vice president for global enterprise and channels at Motorola.
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Safe Schools is able to be tailored to schools’ unique needs and spans the end-to-end workflow for everyday operations and emergencies, including technology that:
- Detects by using video security and analytics, license plate recognition, anonymous tip submission and access control
- Analyzes by using AI-powered video analytics to identify suspicious activity and search video footage
- Communicates by integrating two-way radios, LTE devices, and video security
- Responds by sharing real-time alerts and live video feeds
Perry Township Schools, located in suburban Indianapolis, uses Safe Schools at its two high school campuses.
“Safe Schools gives us the ability to monitor all areas of our campus in real-time, assess potential situations and respond to alerts in just a few minutes,” said Chris Sampson, associate superintendent, Perry Township Schools. “We are thankful Motorola Solutions’ state-of-the-art technology can help create a safer environment for our students, teachers and community members.”
For more products from Motorola Solutions, visit www.motorolasolutions.com.
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