ZeroEyes puts gun detection AI on Asylon Robotics drones
It is a partnership that’s both timely and, sadly, increasingly necessary. Artificial intelligence-powered ZeroEyes gun detection technology is being integrated into automated drones and robotic ground assets produced by Asylon Robotics to avert, and when necessary, respond to active shooter situations.
ZeroEyes’ proprietary tech already uses AI components coupled with CCTVs to enable instant detection of guns within the sweep range of video equipment. Those capacities will now be loaded on Aslylon’s drones and robotic dogs, which have been developed in particular for security operation by both private and government users.
While the objective of the fixed-camera AI application is to detect and react to the presence of a gun before it can be used, its deployment on drones and robotic assets will be an especially valuable asset in identifying firearms carried by active shooters in panicked, chaotic situations.
Whether aboard drones or linked to a…