The state of Michigan passed Public Act 144, which appropriates $168MM to Michigan school districts for safety infrastructure such as ZeroEyes—the only A.I. gun detection software that holds the US Department of Homeland Security SAFETY Act Designation and meets all of the bill’s requirements.
If you're unsure how much funding has been allocated to your school, contact us and we will help you verify the amount you will receive when PA 144 funds are released.
ZeroEyes is the only video analytics technology that has been awarded the Department of Homeland Security's SAFETY Act designation, and meets all of the requirements for Michigan's PA 144 funding.
See how our solution detects, verifies, and alerts school personnel and law enforcement of guns in as fast as 3-5 seconds.
The funding from PA 144 is wonderful—but we also understand how overwhelming it can be to make the right security investments.
Download our brochure to learn the differences between proactive and reactive school security, so you can confidently plan your next investment.
Join Oxford Schools in Michigan, and others around the nation, who are investing in proactive security solutions to protect their students and staff from mass shootings.
“Unfortunately, we do have Uvalde to look at as an example. And what we know right now, just in the early stages of that investigation, if ZeroEyes had been deployed in the manner in which we have it deployed, that individual would have never gained access to our building.”
— Gene Strickland, Superintendent, Hobbs Municipal Schools
“We are committed to providing a safe and secure learning environment for our student body and see ZeroEyes as playing an important role moving forward. When many other well-meaning companies came to us with a sales pitch, ZeroEyes approached us with a solution.”
— Jill Lemond, Assistant Superintendent of Safety and School Operations, Oxford Community Schools, MI
"ZeroEyes is the only solution we have encountered that's actually proactive. We have expert eyes watching for possible brandished guns at the school at all times and communicating threats to law enforcement immediately.
When I look at the time and effort that ZeroEyes puts into protecting our students, I'm very excited about what we're getting for our money."
— Dr. Dorothy Blackwell, Superintendent of Vassar Public Schools