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Steve Surfaro With Security Infowatch Interviews Mike Lahiff
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ZeroEyes Featured in SecurityInfowatch.com Day 1 Tech Notes of ISC West

Video Analytics Done With ZeroEyes Vision
Mike Lahiff, CEO of ZeroEyes describes the purpose and process behind their video analytics AI model to SecurityInfoWatch.com. ZeroEyes won honorable mention in their field at the ISC West expo this past week. The company is now fielding interest from the press to learn what makes their team and their product so unique. One of the most striking aspects of this company that sets them apart is the fact that they are lead by former Navy SEALs. This group of dedicated veterans, and committed technology professionals, are seeking to solve one of society’s most devastating problems.

The increase of senseless violence in America, especially within the education system, has been difficult for many to even bare. Nobody has a solution that can completely eliminate the possibility of an attack like this. But, with ZeroEyes gun detection, at least people could be given an early warning about impending danger. Providing first responders and police with situational awareness in these kinds of incidents is key. That is how to providing the best possible outcome during the worst events.

Steve Surfaro of SecurityInfowatch.com interviewed Mike at the ZeroEyes booth during ISC West:
‘The Zeroeyes team brings a risk assessment, site survey, tiered recommendations and a design developed for each K-12, public facility or corporate facility having a popular, existing video management system or even just DVRs.’
Read the full article here: SecurityInfowatch.com

The entire team at ZeroEyes would like people to know that they will to do whatever they can to help make our world a safer place.

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ZeroEyes Recognized for Video Analytics in the 2019 SIA New Product Showcase at ISC West

ZeroEyes Recognized for Video Analytics in the 2019 SIA New Product Showcase at ISC West
ZeroEyes was awarded Honorable Mention in the Video Analytics category at the flagship annual award program at ISC West.
LAS VEGAS, Nev. – The Security Industry Association (SIA) has named ZeroEyes as an award winner at the 2019 SIA New Product Showcase Awards, the flagship awards program at ISC West recognizing innovative security products, services and solutions. Mike Lahiff, the company’s CEO said, “We are humbled and grateful for this honorable mention. The entire team would like to thank SIA for their recognition. It fills us with such great pride to have people begin to take notice of what we have been doing for the last few years…and we’re just getting started!”

ZeroEyes was selected as the 2019 Honorable Mention for Video Analytics for its AI Gun Detection solution and recognized on the main stage at ISC West, the nation’s largest converged security trade show, on April 10 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dustin Brooks, the company’s Chief Learning Officer wants people to know, “There is so much involved with creating something like this. It is emotional to talk about the effects of the tragic situations we fight to prevent. We are so appreciative to be a part of doing something to make this kind of difference in the world.”

“SIA’s New Product Showcase calls security companies to develop extraordinary, innovative products and solutions, and this year’s winners represent the best new offerings in the market,” said SIA CEO Don Erickson. “SIA congratulates ZeroEyes for standing out among the entries in this highly competitive program to earn the Video Analytics Honorable Mention distinction.”

Since its inception in 1979, the SIA New Product Showcase has been the security industry’s premier awards-based marketing program. The 30 judges reviewed more than 95 entries from more than 80 companies in 2019, presenting awards for technologies covering more than 30 product and service categories and the prestigious Judges’ Choice Award. View the full list of winners here.

Learn more about the New Product Showcase here.
About ZeroEyes
Lead by former Navy SEALs, other veterans, and technologists, ZeroEyes (zeroeyes.com) is dedicated to providing security solutions using artificial intelligence. As people who committed their lives to protecting their fellow Americans, ZeroEyes found new purpose in developing a model for weapon recognition that can provide first responders and police officers with the situational awareness they need when entering threatening situations. The company continues to innovate by teaching their algorithm to learn more about how to detect guns on existing camera systems. Their tireless dedication to preventing future senseless violence has inspired a new movement within the security industry.
About SIA
SIA (securityindustry.org) is the leading trade association for global security solution providers, with nearly 1,000 innovative member companies representing thousands of security leaders and experts who shape the future of the security industry. SIA protects and advances its members’ interests by advocating pro-industry policies and legislation at the federal and state levels, creating open industry standards that enable integration, advancing industry professionalism through education and training, opening global market opportunities and collaborating with other like-minded organizations. As the premier sponsor of ISC Events expos and conferences, SIA ensures its members have access to top-level buyers and influencers, as well as unparalleled learning and network opportunities. SIA also enhances the position of its members in the security marketplace through SIA GovSummit, which brings together private industry with government decision makers, and Securing New Ground, the security industry’s top executive conference for peer-to-peer networking.

 
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One Year After Parkland, What’s Changed?

On February 14, 2018, a former student entered a Parkland, Fla., high school with an AR-15 rifle, killing 17 people and wounding 17 others. A year later, students and teachers at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School continue to search for a sense of normal. Young activists from Parkland have launched a national movement, and policymakers around the country continue to scrutinize the details of the attack, searching for ways to make schools safer. Education Week asked those involved in conversations about safety, guns, and youth engagement how Parkland has changed the debate. And we asked those directly affected by the shooting how it continues to shape their lives.

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WeWork, Bond Collective co-working spaces in Philly lure start-ups

At the 19th-floor co-working space in Philly, ZeroEyes is raising money and aiming to partner with the Philadelphia School District. Started by a group of former SEALs, Zero Eyes is developing an artificial-intelligence product aimed at alerting first responders in school shootings.

“ZeroEyes is an intelligent video analytics company. Powered by AI, our technology can detect weapons and recognize faces in real time,” said Rob Huberty, ZeroEyes’ executive vice president for schools. “Once weapons or persons of interest are in view of camera, our platform sends alerts that lock doors and provides first responders the description and location of threat.”

Why set up at WeWork? The space was free — at least for a period of the residency.

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Interview with ZeroEyes CEO Mike Lahiff

Bunker Labs: Tell us a little about your background.

Mike Lahiff: I grew up in the Philly area, graduated from Bishop McDevitt High School in ’99, then I went to Slippery Rock University. I’d always been fascinated with the military since a young age, particularly with the Navy SEALs. After 9/11 happened, I joined the Navy and made my goal to become a SEAL. I was in the Navy for ten and a half years, deployed in multiple places and spent a lot of time overseas.

After ten years, I decided to retire from the Navy because I had a family at home that I didn’t get to see very much. I was interested in studying business, so I applied to Wharton at Penn and was fortunate enough to get accepted. I worked at Comcast as the Director of Digital Program Management before joining ZeroEyes.

BL: What is ZeroEyes, and what do they do?

ML: The company was founded two years ago by Al Shore, also a Navy veteran. Al came up with this idea to use artificial intelligence to connect pieces of data to process images and videos.

The company was still in ideation stage when I was brought onboard in the spring of 2018. A friend of mine from SEAL training who was working with ZeroEyes called me and told me to check out the company. I saw a lot of potential for the software to be trained to recognize weaponry, to be used in schools and public places as another layer of security.

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