Government Solutions

Learn more about how ZeroEyes gun detection helps to protect students and faculty with AI technology that works with existing security cameras.

When Seconds Matter, No One Can Afford to Wait

In government buildings, nothing matters more than the security and safety of all employees and visitors. Government security personnel are tasked with monitoring and maintaining foot traffic, protecting federal and state property, and in rare instances, coordinating the emergency response to an active shooter threat.

Government building security personnel have the advantage of specialized military training, but they don’t always have the information needed to readily identify and eliminate threats. Consequently, they walk into unimaginable situations without knowledge of where threats are or how many people are involved. The “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 can provide intelligence and real-time 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

In government buildings, nothing matters more than the security and safety of all employees and visitors. Government security personnel are tasked with monitoring and maintaining foot traffic, protecting federal and state property, and in rare instances, coordinating the emergency response to an active shooter threat.

Government building security personnel have the advantage of specialized military training, but they don’t always have the information needed to readily identify and eliminate threats. Consequently, they walk into unimaginable situations without knowledge of where threats are or how many people are involved. The “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 can provide intelligence and real-time 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*

1 in 4

Workplace Mass Shootings Since 2006 Were Carried Out in a Government Building**

* 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 able to detect when and where weapons are visible. This enables real-time alerts and updates to be sent 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 government building 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 personnel or 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

2009 Fort Hood Shooting

Nov. 5, 2009
Fort Hood U.S. Army Base
Killeen, TX

1:34pm

Shooting begins in Soldier Readiness Processing center. Emergency 9-1-1 call is placed.

1:34pm - 1:44pm

Shooter fires off more than 100 rounds. A brief lull in the shooting leads some victims to mistakenly believe that the shooter is out of ammunition, and they run from the building. The shooter leaves the building.

1:44pm

Civilian police respond to the 9-1-1 call and engage with the shooter, who is subdued and arrested.

Hours Pass

As Fort Hood remains in lockdown.

7:00pm

Lockdown ends.

HONORING

13 Adult Victims

(1 unborn child)

45 Casualties

Overview

This incident was confirmed to be a terrorist attack. It was also the deadliest mass shooting on the world’s largest military base, home to about 700,000 troops, relatives, and support staff. The shooter was a U.S. army major and psychiatrist, and used a semi-automatic pistol to shoot unarmed military personnel.

ZeroEyes Analysis

Although government and military agents are tactically trained, there is no way to fully prepare personnel to react to an active shooter scenario. Many soldiers at Fort Hood bravely risked their own lives to help the wounded in the 10 minutes leading up to the arrival of on-base civilian police. ZeroEyes-equipped security cameras are able to quickly identify the number of shooters in an active scenario and alert police to the type and size of the weapon being used. Once the gun is identified by the ZeroEyes system, a security camera image is sent via text alert to the proper authorities, cutting down on response time. ZeroEyes’ real-time updates are also able to help authorities track a shooter’s movements. When first responders have quality intelligence, they can more quickly reach the exact location of the shooter and potential victims.

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