No mention of armed good guys on-site. When seconds count . . .
Security cameras that can detect whether someone is armed will be installed in one of the Christchurch mosques targeted in the March 15 terror attack.
The cameras, made by US company Athena Security Services, use artificial intelligence (AI) and are able to alert to authorities within seconds once a threat is detected. Installation at the Al Noor Masjid on Deans Ave will be a New Zealand first for the technology.
It is part of the Keep Mosques Safe initiative, which will pay for the cameras to be installed in mosques around the world. …
“When a threat is detected, Athena Security’s award winning security system can warn the first responders, any on-site personnel and local authorities within a matter of seconds, bridging a crucial time gap that could mean the difference between life and death,” the statement said.