Corporate and Retail Security

Learn more about how ZeroEyes gun detection helps to protect employees with AI technology that works with existing security cameras

When Seconds Matter, No One Can Afford to Wait

Securing corporate campuses, retailers, and factories/warehouses from active shooter threats has never been a more logistically and technologically complex task. Everyone involved in security decision-making from the ground up has a personal duty to employees and customers to secure their locations. That requires managing security within the corporate safety budget and helping to coordinate the emergency response in case of an event.


Generally, first responders don’t always have the situational awareness they need when they first arrive on scene because of a lack of available information. Consequently, they walk into unimaginable situations without knowledge of where threats are or how many people are involved. The so-called “fog of war” creates unnecessary delays in providing support to potential victims and securing the location. ZeroEyes works diligently to give back some of that lost time through the use of a technology alert system that provides necessary communications. At the same time, the knowledge that ZeroEyes is in place can be a deterrent. By implementing ZeroEyes technology, first responders and other personnel can gain access to important information immediately, saving valuable seconds and potentially saving lives.

Decrease Response Time

Marshal Students to Safe Zones

Lead People to Evacuation Points

Direct Law Enforcement to Precise Locations

Securing corporate campuses, retailers, and factories/warehouses from active shooter threats has never been a more logistically and technologically complex task. Everyone involved in security decision-making from the ground up has a personal duty to employees and customers to secure their locations. That requires managing security within the corporate safety budget and helping to coordinate the emergency response in case of an event.

Generally, first responders don’t always have the situational awareness they need when they first arrive on scene because of a lack of available information. Consequently, they walk into unimaginable situations without knowledge of where threats are or how many people are involved. The so-called “fog of war” creates unnecessary delays in providing support to potential victims and securing the location. ZeroEyes works diligently to give back some of that lost time through the use of a technology alert system that provides necessary communications. At the same time, the knowledge that ZeroEyes is in place can be a deterrent. By implementing ZeroEyes technology, first responders and other personnel can gain access to important information immediately, saving valuable seconds and potentially saving lives.

Decrease Response Time

Marshal Students to Safe Zones

Lead People to Evacuation Points

Direct Law Enforcement to Precise Locations

400+

The Number of Mass Shootings Reported in the U.S. in 2019*

75%

of Workplace Mass Shootings Since 2006 Were Carried Out at Commercial Businesses**

* Gun Violence Archive
** The Associated Press/USA TODAY/Northeastern University Mass Killings database
*** Data on file

12 - 15 Min

Average Length of Police Response Time from First Report***

Core Features

At the center of ZeroEyes technology is a proprietary artificial intelligence (AI) platform that’s trained to identify weapons. When used with existing or new security cameras, the system becomes enabled to detect when and where weapons are visible. This allows for sending real-time alerts and updates to the appropriate authorities.

Weapon Detection

It is critical for police, first-responders, and on-site security to have information about the location of threats, and ZeroEyes AI-backed tech can identify weapons and threats within milliseconds. ZeroEyes developers continuously program our AI software to detect weapons more efficiently, producing a machine-learning algorithm that improves over time.

Privacy

Securing a corporate or retail environment in a way that also protects people's privacy is challenging, but possible. Since ZeroEyes’ proprietary AI platform focuses on weapon detection, it does not record, store, or share video or images of customers, personnel, or any other visitors, ensuring that privacy is maintained. The only time a person’s face would be recorded and retained would be in the instance of an active shooter/mass shooting incident.

Real-Time Alerts

Within 3 seconds of detecting a weapon, ZeroEyes has pushed out alert and lockdown protocols to first responders. If a threat moves throughout a facility, ZeroEyes will detect their weapon on each camera wherever they are within view and continue to update law enforcement with images and location. The system also keeps a human ‘in the loop’ who confirms if the threat is real and dispatches the detection to first responders.

Archived Analytics

ZeroEyes’ algorithm is constantly learning to better detect weapons. Our staff members are some of the most highly trained former American military and lead our efforts to continuously improve. Their collective experience supports our archived analytics and best-in-class data, making the detection of weapons as effective as possible. Our AI is always getting smarter and faster.

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Incident Review

Molson Coors

Feb. 26, 2020
Molson-Coors Beverage Company
Milwaukee, WI 

2:08pm

Police begin receiving reports of a shooting and initiate response.

2:18pm

Employees report receiving texts and email communications from Molson Coors, warning them of an active shooter in or near “South Packaging, building 4 2nd floor stairwell.”

2:35pm

Police alert the public of a “critical incident.”

4:30pm

The company tweets about the “active situation.”

Hours Pass

As police work to account for and screen more than 1,000 employees who are in lockdown.

9:30pm

Police secure the scene and all employees are allowed to go home.

HONORING

5 Adult Victims

Overview

In this incident, a disgruntled employee entered the Molson Coors campus comprised of corporate offices and two breweries. More than 1,000 people were working on the campus at the time. All 5 victims worked at the facility and were recovered in one building, along with the shooter who took his own life. The shooter was armed with two handguns, including one with a silencer. Multiple local and federal law enforcement agencies responded to the scene.

ZeroEyes Analysis

To Molson Coors’ credit, the company reacted quickly—within the average length of a police response—to warn employees via text and email of the active shooter threat, even providing an approximate location of the shooting. However, employees were forced to remain inside the complex for hours as first responders continued searching through the sprawling campus, adding to the overall trauma of the event. ZeroEyes-equipped campus security cameras can identify and confirm the number of shooters and guns quickly. Once guns are identified by the ZeroEyes system, a security camera image is sent via text alert to the proper authorities. When first responders have quality intelligence, they can more quickly reach the exact location of the shooter and potential victims, rather than piecing together information from a patchwork of 9-1-1 calls. In real-life testing, ZeroEyes technology was able to identify a shooter who had dropped his weapon, changed clothes, and hid among the population. 

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