World's first ‘smart gun’ with fingerprint unlock, to curb misuse and accidental firing
Kai Kloepfer, the founder of Biofire has the vision to reduce the death of kids due to accidental firing and also bring down the rate of suicides in the country
Accidental shooting incidents in the United States are slowly becoming common and the politics around gun control will stretch any effective policy action on the matter. But, innovation around the issue can help to at least reduce such violent incidents. A Broomfield-based company, Biofire announced the sale of 'smart guns' that uses biometric identification, and only authorized persons are allowed to fire from the gun.