Evolv announces latest version of AI-based detection algorithm

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Evolv Technology, a provider of AI-based weapons detection security screening, has unveiled the latest software update to its Evolv Express system, including enhancements to the detection algorithm and a refreshed tablet user interface. 

According to the company, these improvements enhance operational efficiency for security professionals and system operators.

Security detection

Evolv highlights that through the Express tablet, operators of the systems can easily identify threats in an unbiased way, direct to secondary screening as needed and begin a targeted search.

“This latest update underscores Evolv’s dedication to advancing technology as well as our commitment to improving support for the people and processes involved in a security plan based on valuable customer feedback,” said Evolv Co-Founder Anil Chitkara.

“Customers can easily train new Express operators and more quickly address alerts as people move through the system. The new tablet user interface has been redesigned to prioritize the needs of operators.” 

New features

Enhancements in the Express 7.0 include:

  • Improved operations: the new tablet interface boasts more efficient identification of alerting individuals and improved alert resolution workflow and threat categorization
  • Simplified home screen: the home screen now includes the essential information required for operators to perform their tasks
  • Enhanced flow control alert screen: the introduction of a new flow control alert screen can streamline the management of visitors requiring secondary screening
  • Modern look and feel: the new interface delivers a more visually appealing and intuitive user experience
  • Updated detection algorithm: Express 7.0 reduces nuisance alarms, meaningfully enhancing the visitor experience 

“Ongoing detection upgrades available through our SaaS model set Evolv apart. Additionally, the guard and visitor experience is enhanced by quickly pinpointing the threat location on an individual,” said Mike Ellenbogen, Co-Founder and Chief Innovation Officer at Evolv Technology.

“By providing clear visual evidence for noninvasive secondary screening, it can drive operational efficiency.”  

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