Student Safety and Security Tech – Courses of Action and Specific Challenges. Hosted by Carnegie Mellon University’s Biometrics Center. 


Wednesday, June 22, 11am ET | 8am PT

​Registration Closed



Following the devastating Uvalde, Texas shooting, campuses, and communities across America are desperate for solutions to being confronted with repeated, senseless acts of violence against our schools. Our pain is palpable, and time is of the essence. The time to act is now. 


Please join us for an online summit on June 22nd as a panel of experts - made up of top leaders and subject-matter experts in the education, physical security, and technology space - convene together for a high-level, unscripted discussion on the emergency situation in school safety today and how technology can enable a proactive and meaningful path forward.



In this special 60-minute discussion, guest speakers will include:


  • Moderator: Ben Chapman - Award-winning journalist who covers education for The Wall Street Journal

  • Guy Grace - Unified K12 Life Safety Consultant, advisor to PASS, and ZeroNow; Vice-Chairman of the Partner Alliance for Safer Schools; retired Security Director; U.S. Army veteran.

  • Michael Matranga - CEO, M6 Global security consultancy, former U.S. Secret Service agent, and former director of security for Texas City ISD.

  • Avi Golan - CEO of Oosto, specializing in video analytics and facial recognition. 

  • Bruce Montgomery - SLED-FED Market Leader and Schools Security Technology SME for Honeywell Integrated Security; law enforcement veteran; Active Shooter Response instructor to law enforcement and schools.

  • Shlomit Yanisky-Ravid, Ph.D. - Yale Law School, ISP; Fordham Law School, Visiting Professor, focusing on the challenges of advanced technology, artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, cyberspace, privacy, and competition laws, Head of Fordham Law CLIP IP- AI & Blockchain Project; elected member of American Law Institute (ALI).



An inspiring 20-minute lecture on the latest developments in computer vision, artificial intelligence, and how these can provide security and safety alerts in real-time, and sometimes in advance.

  • Marios Savvides, Ph.D. - Bossa Nova Robotics Professor of Artificial Intelligence, Electrical and Computer Engineering Director, at Carnegie Mellon University’s Biometrics Center.

Wednesday, June 22 11am ET | 8am PT.