ZeroEyes: Former Navy SEALs on a Mission to Stop Mass Shootings

Unfortunately, we see far too many headlines reporting firearms-related violence and mass shootings at our schools, workplaces, entertainment venues and houses of worship.

Our politicians have been debating solutions for decades, yet the frequency and severity of mass shootings continues to increase. No matter where you stand on the political spectrum or gun debate, it’s pretty clear that the politicians aren’t going to solve the problem anytime soon.

Now, I’m not blaming the politicians for this problem – gun violence and mass shootings are a complicated threat – one that’s nearly possible to predict or profile. Nobody seems to have any practical or realistic answers.

So what do you do when you have a perplexing, difficult, and dangerous problem? Call the SEALs!

Mike Lahiff and his team at ZeroEyes decided to start working on some practical solutions to address gun violence and mass shootings.

The ZeroEyes team consists of six former Navy SEALs and a number of elite technologists. They’ve spent the past couple of years developing technology that uses existing surveillance cameras to identify weapons and quickly distribute alerts and intelligence to those responsible and trained to deal with active shooter threats.

Their hard work is starting to get noticed, and I’d like to share some of the recent and well-deserved coverage they’ve received:

ZeroEyes CEO Mike Lahiff Interview at ISC West

Dustin Brooks on WPVI Philadelphia

Caleb Jones on WBIR Knoxville

ZeroEyes on Alpine Threat & Fraud Podcast

Alpine is excited about this technology, and are dedicated to helping ZeroEyes implement this technology to protect our schools, churches, and workplaces.

If you’re interested in learning more about the ZeroEyes technology, we’d be more than happy to assist. Contact us today to set up an intro conversation or demo.

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