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This Lock System Could Save Lives In A School Shooting

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This Lock System Could Save Lives In A School Shooting

This Lock System Could Save Lives In A School Shooting

This smart lock is made to save lives in a school shooting.

Haven Lockdown is a system of locks meant for schools in the event of a shooting.

In just one second, a school or campus can be on lockdown.

All of the lock can be controlled using a single dashboard and activated with a key fob or a smartphone.

The system uses motion and force sensors to detect if an intruder is trying to break into the classroom.

It’s 10x stronger than an average lock and uses a triple level fail safe, which means it has 3 sources of power.

It’s also made with military-grade materials and features government-level encryption.

Using a simple wedge with a “radical design,” it conforms to the major regulators and safety associations designed with ADA, fire code and safety regulation.

Haven Lockdown works with inwards and outward swinging doors, so it works in any space.

The issues of school shootings in the U.S. is severe, but this could be a tool to keep students safe and help unsure that more tragic deaths do not occur.

There have been plenty interesting ideas suggested for school safety ever since the Parkland shooting on February 14 occurred, but this system seems like it would be effective and fairly unobtrusive.


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