From the Seminole County Public Schools and ZeroEyes, Inc.
Over the last several months, the Seminole County Public School (SCPS) Safety Division, under the direction of Seminole County Sheriff’s Office Captain Rick Francis, has worked with ZeroEyes, Inc. to deploy its innovative weapon detection technology platform at Oviedo High School. The ZeroEyes solution, which uses artificial intelligence and easily integrates into our pre-existing school district security camera system, is a proactive and actionable active-shooter detection technology currently being piloted and evaluated by SCPS.
The ZeroEyes team and SCPS will be demonstrating this solution on January 13 through a special event of ZeroEyes’ executive team with the SCPS Safety Division. The event will be attended by many local, state and national VIPs and political leaders to demonstrate the technology that is employed in their solutions and address any questions that arise.
During this event, the ZeroEyes team, made up of former U.S. military personnel from special operations and intelligence communities, will be on-site to discuss this technology, its capabilities, provide a demonstration of how it works and address any questions that arise. A reception will follow the formal presentation for all to discuss and learn more about ZeroEyes AI weapons detection platform and how it helps identify threats at first sight.
Drawing from over 50 years of collective military experience, as well as consulting and technology expertise, ZeroEyes focuses solely on weapons detection to proactively identify guns before any shots are fired. ZeroEyes’ AI weapons detection platform is one component of an organization’s multi-tiered security approach. Their software integrates with an organization’s existing camera systems and video analytics to detect weapons in real-time.