ZeroEyes software analyzes over 36,000 images per second from security camera video feeds and alerts authorities within seconds if a firearm is detected.
“ZeroEyes is a welcomed force multiplier. This system will increase the situational awareness for our response forces through advanced threat detection analytics and automated threat alerting providing both a rapid and accurate response. During an active shooter situation time is critical and saving time means saving lives.”
“I am blessed to be in a school district that has a Board of Directors truly committed to protecting the students, staff, and guests and they realize how valuable ZeroEyes is. This system is an absolute must have for any school district or commercial business serious about providing the safest environment.”
“Although vendors will tell you they have the magic wand that will solve every problem we have, that is incorrect. We look at this from a holistic standpoint, so we are adding layers to the security and ZeroEyes is one of those layers.”
“It is almost impossible for us to monitor cameras constantly. ZeroEyes is very helpful because our first responders would like to know exactly where the threat is inside the building.”
Images to train our AI models to recognize firearms in any environment
Video frames analyzed per second
Seconds alert time from detection, human verification to first responders alert
Coverage by trained technicians in the ZOC (ZeroEyes Operation Center)
Save time. Save lives.
The ZeroEyes team is standing by to walk you through proactive gun detection that leverages AI-powered technology and human verification that works with your existing security cameras.
Keeping people and property safe is our mission. We work with you to help ensure rapid detection and response to brandished guns—alerting first responders and law enforcement within seconds.
Let’s talk about how we can help your organization.
ZeroEyes is making headlines. See what people are saying about our AI gun detection technology that helps detect guns before shots are fired—to enable faster response times and ultimately end incidents before they become mass shootings.
“Hundreds of schools across the United States are using an artificial intelligence system that is designed to detect guns and prevent mass shootings. NBC News’ Rehema Ellis has a closer look at how the technology works.”
"I don't think anybody should question or be fearful of an artificial intelligence program that's going to identify an immediate imminent threat of someone being shot or killed. You can't put a price tag on saving a life," Jay Prettyman, the police chief in Ocean City, told ABC News.
As gun violence continues, one company is trying to use AI to help prevent further tragedy. Manuel Bojorquez takes a look at how the technology can help spot threats in real time.
While most people look to artificial intelligence, or AI, for quick answers to complex problems, a growing number of school districts are turning to the technology to keep their students and staff safe.
As mass shootings continue to rattle the United States, one technology company is hoping to prevent more shootings with the use of artificial intelligence -- but some advocates raise concerns about its use. CNN's Josh Campbell reports.
The school outside Detroit was the scene of a shooting that claimed the lives of four people. An AI weapons detection software called ZeroEyes has been installed in some of their 190 security cameras, the school tells Inside Edition.
See how ZeroEyes computer vision and image classification technology processes thousands of images per second and instantly recognizes suspected firearms. You’ll also get a chance to check out the ZeroEyes mobile app and see how system administrators receive alerts and critical information if a firearm is detected.
Take a look behind the scenes in the ZeroEyes Operation Center (ZOC) where our team reviews alerts and confirms whether or not a weapon is present. You’ll also gain a deeper understanding of our operating protocols and get a chance to discuss how we work with stakeholders in your organization.
Meet The Executive Leadership Team
CEO and Co-Founder
Chief Customer Officer and Co-Founder
CEO and Co-Founder
Michael (Mike) D. Lahiff serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of ZeroEyes, an intelligent video analytics company that uses artificial intelligence with existing digital security cameras to detect weapons and send alerts to local staff and first responders. Prior to founding ZeroEyes, Mr. Lahiff served as Director of Digital Programs at Comcast NBC Universal where he oversaw the coordination between project management teams and software development teams in order to deliver multiple digital products. Prior to joining Comcast, Mr. Lahiff was the managing member of Horsemen Partners, a private fund focused on acquisitions of small and medium sized businesses. Mr. Lahiff also spent ten years in the United States Navy as a Navy SEAL.
Mr. Lahiff holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Finance from Columbia College and a Master of Business Administration in Private Equity & Venture Capital from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
CRO and Co-Founder
Sam Alaimo is the Chief Revenue Officer & Co-Founder of ZeroEyes. Before founding ZeroEyes in 2018, Mr. Alaimo worked as an Operating Partner at Hawk Capital Partners, and previously as the Founder and Managing Director of the private investment firm Horsemen Partners. Mr. Alaimo also served in the US Navy as a Navy SEAL.
He earned his MBA from Columbia University, and his Bachelor of Science in Political Science from the University of Maryland.
CTO and Co-Founder
Timothy Sulzer is the Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder of ZeroEyes. Mr. Sulzer founded VEG-E Systems, one of the first indoor vertical farms in the US where he invented automated growing systems and plant tracking software to optimize growth indoors. Before ZeroEyes, Mr. Sulzer founded another startup where he developed a computer vision application to detect and pattern animals for wildlife enthusiasts.
Mr. Sulzer earned his Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science from Delaware Valley University, graduating Magna Cum Laude.
COO and Co-Founder
Rob Huberty is the Chief Operating Officer & Co-Founder of ZeroEyes. Before founding ZeroEyes in 2018, Mr. Huberty worked as a Pathways Operations Manager at Amazon, leading cross-functional teams, initiating process improvement, developing standard operating procedures, and serving as a mentor for his teammates. He served in the U.S. Navy as a Navy SEAL where he collaborated with international governments to conduct special operations, trained foreign forces to ensure mission success, and employed innovative problem solving.
Mr. Huberty earned an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he concentrated in Finance and General Management, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Government from the University of Arizona.
Chief Customer Officer and Co-Founder
Mr. Brooks served in the US Navy as a Navy SEAL for 6 years. Mr. Brooks earned his MBA from the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University, and a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Pennsylvania State University.
Chief Strategy Officer
Kieran Carroll is the Chief Strategy Officer of ZeroEyes. Mr. Carroll came to ZeroEyes from PwC’s advisory practice, where he delivered strategy solutions to clients in the telecommunications, financial services, and healthcare industries. Previously, he served as a naval officer and led cross-functional teams at Special Operations Forces and Intelligence Community organizations. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Data Ethics Consortium for Security and sits on advisory boards of several technology companies to include One Stop Systems (NASDAQ: OSS), BreachBits, and Advisar AI.
Kieran is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy and received an MBA from Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management.
SVP of Government Solutions
JT Wilkins is the Senior Vice President of Government Solutions at ZeroEyes, the industry’s premier artificial intelligence company that develops threat detection analytics and integrates them into surveillance systems. Mr. Wilkins is responsible for developing key relationships across government stakeholders, managing governmental security innovation projects, and expanding the use of ZeroEyes threat detection analytics across the whole of government. Mr. Wilkins came to ZeroEyes from Immersive Wisdom, Inc., where he managed a full cycle federal sales team focused on delivering Command and Control tools to the Department of Defense & broader Federal Government Stakeholders. Previously, he served as a Marine Gunnery Sergeant and led intelligence and targeting operations in the Special Operations Forces, finishing his career in the elite Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC). Throughout his career in the Marines, Mr. Wilkins operated at every level of the Department of Defense, working directly with the Intelligence Community, Department of Justice, and other governmental agencies to mitigate threats against the United States and Allied Nations. Mr. Wilkins completed three combat deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan, and influenced operations across the Middle East and Asia. Mr. Wilkin’s personal military awards include: Bronze Star Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal with Combat Device, Joint Service Achievement Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, and Army Combat Action Badge.
JT is a graduate of American Military University and is in pursuit of his MBA from The Pennsylvania State University Originally from Newark, DE he lives in Warwick, MD with his wife Brooke and his daughters Kaylyn, Mia, and Harper.
SVP of Research & Development
SVP of Finance
SVP of Strategy
Dustin Kisling is the Senior Vice President of Strategy at ZeroEyes. Prior to joining ZeroEyes in 2020, Dustin co-founded and served as Executive Director at the Veteran’s Outdoor Advocacy Group, which researches, advocates, and promotes legislative solutions that improve the lives of veterans through adjunct therapy to traditional approaches to mental health. Mr. Kisling also worked as the Chief Operating Officer at Red One Medical, as a Project Manager with GE Oil & Gas, and served in the US Navy as a Navy SEAL. Mr. Kisling earned his MBA from the Cornell Johnson Graduate School of Management, and his bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the United States Naval Academy.
VP of Operations
VP of Commercial Sales
Jonathan Norton, VP Commercial Sales—is a Combat Veteran, Army Ranger and now privileged to lead the Commercial Sales Team for ZeroEyes, Inc. Jonathan started his career in sales as a Sales Director for Aperia Technologies, a venture backed start-up Company. Jonathan is the founder of RopeSafe, USA and the developer of a CE Certified edge protector and anchor strap designed to protect military and first responders during rope rescue operations. He holds two patents and was awarded an USAF Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II contract to develop a variation of the product specific to USAF Special Operations units. Following delivery to the USAF customer, Jonathan came to ZeroEyes as an account executive and now leads the commercial sales team. Jonathan earned a BA from UConn and is married with 3 children and lives with his family in Connecticut.
VP of Engineering
David Barton is Vice President of Engineering at ZeroEyes and a seasoned R&D executive, engineer and entrepreneur. Prior to ZeroEyes, David’s most recent startup established new world records in unsupervised machine learning using foundational new methods designed for custom silicon. Mr. Barton has extensive experience in global media pipelines, high performance computing, embedded processing and AI, having developed numerous commercial technologies and products with an extensive list of patents.
In addition to his own companies, Mr. Barton has held R&D management and executive roles with notable technology companies including Biamp Systems, Intel and HP, leading large-scale, global, multi-disciplined technology organizations. Mr. Barton is a former US Marine and passionate about the ZeroEyes mission.
VP of Marketing
Industries we serve
Education / K12 & Higher Ed
Commercial & Non-profit
Military & Government
As part of the Homeland Security Act of 2002, Congress passed the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) SAFETY Act to save lives by aiding in the development of new technologies to detect, prevent, and mitigate the effects of terrorist attacks.