Schools across the country have been increasingly faced with the active shooter epidemic, forcing them to make the trade-off between the need for heightened security screening and the desire to preserve a welcoming learning environment. Evolv Express eliminates the need to choose by providing a respectful, touchless security experience, ensuring kids are free to learn without fear, making security human again.
In September 2019, the nation's first free-flow, touchless weapons-detection system Evolv Express® was launched in schools to stop guns, bombs and large knives from entering school campuses. Express uses a new patented method of threat detection, the Evolv Cortex AI™ software platform, offering a frictionless, respectful and safe solution. Express is rated, tested and proven to reliably screen 60 students per minute, 10X faster than metal detectors, and uses fewer resources saving schools previously using metal detectors up to 70% in labor costs.
You can now stop guns and explosives from entering your schools without compromising the student experience in a touchless, socially-distanced manner. Only with Evolv Express.
Seeing is Believing!
Imagine being a student or teacher and walking into school without emptying your pockets, backpacks or briefcases knowing everyone inside was thoroughly screened for weapons. Evolv pioneered Human Security to stop incidents like Sandy Hook without making our daily lives feel like entering prisons.
Evolv Express is installed at Spartanburg County School District 6 and Florence One School District. Watch it in action:
The uniqueness about Express is that it delivers:
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Read About Express in the News!
When we asked one of our customers if there were any other companies out there that could provide student screening without the hassle and frustration we heard...Director of Student Services and Safety
"Nobody else has it.
trust me, we looked."
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