Evolv Technology’s Evolv Express screening solution is now being used in nine California schools in the Madera Unified School District.
According to the company, the school district has deployed 17 Express systems across its high, middle and continuation schools.
It has systems at the main entrances to each school and plans to use Express to screen select sporting event attendees as well.
“We’re proud of our status as a leader in student safety in California,” said Lawrence Fernandez, Safety and Security Director for Madera Unified School District.
“Evolv is helping us set the standard for student and staff safety and… the deployment couldn’t have gone more smoothly.”
“Safety has always been paramount for Madera Unified School District and they’ve efficiently incorporated Evolv into the fold,” said Neil Sandhoff, Evolv’s Vice President of Education.
“We’re thrilled to have the district on our roster and hope other schools follow Madera’s lead in taking advantage of similar available resources to enhance safety and the overall learning environment.”