Detroit Jewish community has pre-ordered Israeli technology to address mass-shootings

The Israeli start-up aiming to prevent the next Pittsburgh massacre
by Eytan Halon
November 8, 2018

Founded in 2016, Tel Aviv-based start-up Gabriel aims to provide a smart, affordable and easy-to-use solution for mass shootings aimed at so-called soft targets and communal spaces, including in schools, community centers, synagogues and churches. Gabriel CEO Yoni Sherizen spent 15 years working in the Jewish community before shifting his focus to business. Motivated by the June 2016 mass shooting at Tel Aviv’s Sarona Market and, the murder of 49 people at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida days later, Sherizen sought to develop a technological platform to change the outcome of similar events. READ MORE

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