Our mission is to make the world a safer place for people to gather. We take that very seriously and are privileged to work closely with our customers to help mitigate risk and keep the public safe using Evolv Express®.
Technology: Improve your security posture continuously through machine-learning and actionable insights.
Process: From fit to deployment and ongoing ConOps, our security experts partner with you.
People: From crowd flow to alert resolution and red teaming, our security experts are there to train.
You have a right to be safe....where you work, where you learn, and where you play. Evolv has kept 425 million+ students, educators, nurses, concert goers, fans, worshippers, patrons of the arts and employees safe.
Traditional security screening was not designed for today's dynamic threats. Unlike metal detectors, manual bag checks, wanding, and other traditional solutions, Evolv Express® offers an innovative approach to physical security screening.
Evolv Express accelerates physical security screening while maintaining the highest degree of weapons detection accuracy. It eliminates the friction that visitors, fans, patrons, employees and students typically experience moving through security by screening them in a touchless manner. This helps reduce the security risk of crowded security lines. It also drastically reduces false alarm rates and human errors by security guards.
We announced today impressive initial results from its partnership with Niagara Falls City School District in Niagara, New York, including faster, less invasive entry into its schools and a smoother, more welcoming experience for over 6,000 students in the district.
In this third installment of our Q&A series with Jill Lemond, Evolv’s director of education, we talk about social and emotional learning, mental health and gun violence, and the real impact of weapons detection screening systems in schools.
We today announced its partnership with James Island Charter High School in Charleston, South Carolina. The school joins over two dozen other school buildings in the state and hundreds around the county utilizing Evolv’s advanced security systems to help make campuses safer while supporting a connected, engaged, and welcoming school community.
“We’re honored to receive the SAFETY Act Designation which we believe further supports the effectiveness of our technology, and ultimately, our ability to help keep people safe,” said Peter George, Evolv Technology President and CEO. “Not only does the DHS’s SAFETY Act Designation further validate our AI-based technology to the physical security market, but we believe it will also provide our customers and their visitors with increased assurance that Evolv helps to provide the safest possible venue entry, without the traditional metal detector experience.”
Ingress is a really important part of the game experience for fans—getting them into the stadium quickly and safely in a short amount of time,” says Brandon Covert, the VP of Information Technology at HSG. “Fans are at the forefront of our culture. We’re fan-obsessed when we look at the entire game experience. For security screening, we evaluated the Evolv Express against several metal detector technologies and really loved how fast and how safe fans got into the stadium.”
Fans who attend NFL and MLS games and concerts at Gillette Stadium have high expectations, and the team at Gillette take the safety of their venue goers very seriously. For security screening, the team previously employed walkthrough magnetometers at its 10 public and 4 premium entrances (around 560 systems). But even with a large number of machines in use, lines would form in front of the entrances—forcing fans to wait 10 to 15 minutes to get into the stadium.
Lincoln Center became our first customer and their feedback and patience were fundamental to the later development of the Evolv Express and where we are today as a company.
How Innovative Cities Are Combatting Gun Violence Where We Live, Work, Learn, and Play
Evolv Express® systems are currently used by NFL, MLB and MLS franchises across the country, including by nine NFL teams.
Speaking with Kevin Eberle, EdD, a former police officer that received FBI and Secret Service protection training and school supervisor for 27 years, we take a closer look at the school gun violence issue and what can be done to lower the risk.