ZeroEyes to Demonstrate SAFETY Act DT&E Designated AI Gun Detection Software at RILA Retail Asset Protection Conference 2022

Apr 25, 2022

ORLANDO. Fla., April 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ —

Who: ZeroEyes video AI gun detection solution is an effective and affordable means to empower leaders and decision makers driven to ensure security to radically improve their ability to protect schools, businesses and government spaces from gun related violence before the first bullet is fired, saving time and lives. The company’s technology is deployed in 14 states. The ZeroEyes team is composed of former US Navy SEALs and other military veterans who lived through active shooter situations and are passionate about protecting the public from facing similar circumstances.

What: ZeroEyes is exhibiting at the upcoming RILA Retail Asset Protection Conference to demonstrate its DeepZero™ AI software live, which has recently been awarded the SAFETY Act Developmental Testing and Evaluation (DT&E) Designation by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Under the DT&E designation, ZeroEyes technology gains liability protections for deployments.

To schedule a demo, please contact Burgess Nichols: 617.952.9556, burgess@zeroeyes.com.

Where: RILA Retail Asset Protection Conference 2022 – Booth #2216, Orlando, FL, Gaylord Palms Hotel & Convention Center

  • Demo Opp: Conference attendees can visit ZeroEyes booth #2216 to see a live demonstration of ZeroEyes DeepZero AI software in action. See up close how ZeroEyes delivers accurate and actionable intelligence about the brandishing of a gun near an occupied area or building to provide staff and law enforcement with a visual description and location of the threat within 3 to 5 seconds.

When: April 25-27, 2022, 11:15 AM – 6:00 PM EDT (exhibition floor hours)

More to Explore

Acoustic Gunshot Detection vs. Visual Gun Detection

Acoustic Gunshot Detection vs. Visual Gun Detection

As the old adage goes, don’t put all of your eggs in one basket. This is true in many cases, especially when it comes to security planning. Consider security in earlier times - it was incredibly elementary and focused primarily on physical security (usually only one...

read more
The Human Side of Our AI Gun Detection

The Human Side of Our AI Gun Detection

Machines have been building other machines for quite some time now ⎯⎯ think about robots buildings cars on assembly lines, which began approximately 50 years ago. Though they perform tasks autonomously, they aren’t totally self-aware; this isn't The Terminator’s...

read more
Avoiding Deep Learning AI Bias Part 2

Avoiding Deep Learning AI Bias Part 2

In Part 1 of this series, we discussed sample bias, measurement bias, and prejudice bias in Artificial Intelligence. From the beginning, ZeroEyes has set out to eliminate AI bias from our gun detection platform by focusing on object detection (in this case, weapons of...

read more