The weapons detection company will have two speakers and an exhibitor booth at the annual event
WALTHAM, MA (September 7, 2022) – Evolv Technology (NASDAQ: EVLV), the leader in AI-based weapons detection security screening, today announced its role at the upcoming Global Security Exchange (GSX) in Atlanta, Georgia, which will be held September 12 through 14. The company will have two speakers at GSX, as well as a conference-long presence at booth #1631 at the Georgia World Congress Center.
Johnny Yang, the director of analytics product management at Evolv Technology, will present “Physical Transformation: How Data and Analytics Have Shifted the Physical Security Paradigm,” and Mike Ellenbogen, the company’s chief innovation officer and founder, will present “New Threats Demand a New Standard for Weapons Detection – AI and Sensors Have Delivered It.”
Monday, September 12, 10-11 a.m., B306
Physical Transformation: How Data and Analytics Have Shifted the Physical Security Paradigm
This session will cover how data and analytics can increase business model optimization across security and operations eco-systems while creating new efficiencies in security procedures. The presentation will include real-world case studies of security leaders who use data to create a frictionless experience for guests and employees and adapt to handle future needs as well as the current environment. The session will also cover how to take technical data and apply it to physical security strategies to maximize safety and the guest experience.
Wednesday, September 14, 11-11:20 a.m., UnCrewed U Stage (Expo Hall)
New Threats Demand a New Standard for Weapons Detection – AI and Sensors Have Delivered It
This session will present a new standard for weapons detection and physical security that does not compromise guest experience. It will cover how sensors and artificial intelligence (AI) capable of distinguishing everyday metal items from threats allow venues to enhance the detection accuracy and alarm rate suitable to their operational needs. It will also address how to apply modern technology, like AI and sensors, to weapons detection screening in a way that preserves the experience for guests. The presentation will include examples of Evolv Technology customers deploying this new type of weapons detection technology throughout leading venues around the world.
Visitors to Evolv Technology’s booth can learn about the technology that has screened more than 350 million people and created more than one thousand safe entrances at schools, stadiums, casinos, performing arts centers, and other venues across the United States, United Kingdom and Mexico.
GSX is presented by ASIS International, the world’s largest association for security management professionals. The 2022 programming lineup includes more than 180 sessions addressing vital issues in the security profession such as risk management, digital transformation and information security.
About Evolv Technology
Evolv Technology (NASDAQ: EVLV) is transforming human security to make a safer, faster, and better experience for the world’s most iconic venues and companies as well as schools, hospitals, and public spaces, using industry leading artificial intelligence (AI)-powered weapons detection and analytics. Its mission is to transform security to create a safer world to work, learn, and play. Evolv has digitally transformed the gateways in places where people gather by enabling seamless integration combined with powerful analytics and insights. Evolv’s advanced systems have scanned more than 350 million people, second only to the Department of Homeland Security’s Transportation Security Administration (TSA) in the United States. Evolv has been awarded the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) SAFETY Act Designation as a Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technology (QATT) as well as the Security Industry Association (SIA) New Products and Solutions (NPS) Award in the Law Enforcement/Public Safety/Guarding Systems category. Evolv Technology®, Evolv Express®, Evolv Insights®, and Evolv Cortex AI® are registered trademarks or trademarks of Evolv Technologies, Inc. in the United States and other jurisdictions. For more information, visit https://evolvtechnology.com.
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