Evolon and ZeroEyes Partner for Long-Range AI Gun Detection Technology

Evolon and ZeroEyes Partner for Long-Range AI Gun Detection Technology

Dallas-based Evolon Technology and Pennsylvania-based ZeroEyes announced a strategic partnership that unites the long-range object detection capabilities of Evolon Analytics with ZeroEyes’ proprietary AI weapons detection technology. .

The suit provides a robust long-range gun detection solution, the companies said.

Real-time, actionable threat intelligence

Evolon is a developer of proprietary software technology that takes security video and turns it into real-time actionable information and ZeroEyes’ product is the only AI-based gun detection video analytics platform which holds the security law designation from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

“Current events show the need for a partnership like ours,” Evolon Chairman and CEO Kevin Stadler said in a statement. “Fundamentally, we recognize that the sooner you can see a threat, the sooner you can neutralize it. This partnership is an opportunity to leverage the best of analytics and AI technology to foster a smarter and safer environment for everyone, especially in places where public safety is paramount.

Evolon raised $16 million last year

Last year, Evolon raised $16 million in Series A funding that it says would be used for expanding its team and accelerating product and R&D efforts to drive industry growth. perimeter surveillance software. Evolon also said it plans to improve sales and marketing initiatives and implement new products and solutions.

Detect people with guns at more than one football field

The integration of the ZeroEyes AI firearms detection platform and Evolon Edge enables users to detect and track individuals carrying firearms at distances greater than a football field, the companies said. This gives users extra time to deal with gun threats in public places such as schools, malls, casinos, etc., the companies said.

They said the aim was to provide earlier detection of a threat, giving enough time to lock down buildings, notify authorities, sound alarms and get people to safety.

“This alliance could help us save even more innocent lives,” ZeroEyes CEO Mike Lahiff said in a statement. “Schools, businesses and other organizations will be alerted to firearms being held when the offender is still hundreds of yards away, giving them time to lock doors and move everyone to safe areas. . Our vision is a world where we no longer have to fear losing our loved ones to gun violence, and this technology integration brings us one step closer to that reality.

Turn security cameras into smart devices

Evolon said it provides advanced and highly accurate perimeter security software technology for critical infrastructure protection and central station monitoring. Its patented software and analytics turn video security cameras and security systems into smart devices by eliminating nuisance alerts, the company said.

Evolon was founded by former engineers and scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Los Alamos National Laboratory, with decades of national security experience designing and deploying advanced security technologies.

ZeroEyes, founded by military veterans of Navy SEALs and special ops, said it provides a proactive, human-verified AI gun detection software solution that integrates with existing security cameras and mitigates mass shootings and gun violence by reducing response times, providing actionable intelligence with images, and providing “clarity among the chaos” – ultimately saving lives.

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