ZeroEyes delivers a proactive, human-verified visual gun detection and situational awareness solution that integrates into existing digital security cameras to stop mass shootings and gun-related violence

ZeroEyes connects to existing security cameras and monitors streaming video feeds for firearms. The AI image classification system processes thousands of images per second and immediately notifies trained personnel in the ZeroEyes Operation Center if an image appears to contain a firearm.

Detect Guns - Not People

ZeroEyes is neither invasive nor facial or acoustic recognition technology, unlike other security solutions. We’ve mastered our A.I. technology solely for object detection (in our case, any make or model of gun), eliminating potential privacy concerns, and identifying real firearm threats with greater accuracy than other security options.

Reduced False Alarms

Human verification and the military experience of our monitoring personnel are key components of our solution. Our team monitors every detection 24/7/365, and once a threat is verified, it notifies appropriate security personnel and first responders in as fast as 3–5 seconds to help reduce response times and save lives.

ZeroEyes Tech Lab

Our state-of-the-art, experimental A.I. technology lab is a 3,000 sq. ft. facility and workspace equipped with 22 active security cameras and full cyclorama green screen coverage to simulate our clients’ live sites. The space allows us to generate unparalleled data, perform live demos, and test our A.I. gun detection models and hardware in any environment.

We use real-world datasets to train our software’s artificial intelligence (AI) to identify guns found on digital security cameras. Our AI is taught only to detect guns and is incapable of facial recognition, voice recording, or other invasive measures.

Administrators and onsite SROs (security resource officers) have the convenience and portability of our mobile application, while 911 dispatch centers use our web-based application to support law enforcement and first responders.

Depending on the needs of each unique location, the software and alerts can be programmed to send information to specific individuals or groups at large. Clients can also customize the frequency and appearance of such alerts.