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Comprised of security professionals committed to working together and promoting professional
relationships within the industry.

Promoting cooperation between law enforcement and private security organizations since 1961.
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EDUCATIONAL FORUM SERIES

February 13, 2020

Billy Hunter

Featured Speaker:
Billy Hunter
ZeroEyes

 

Topic: Use of AI to Prevent and Mitigate Active Shooter Scenarios

Description:

Through the design and use of Artificial Intelligence you can now actively monitor camera feeds 24/7 to detect weapons without constant human presence. With current AI weapons detection technology, you are now able decrease response time especially when seconds matter.

A fully functional AI weapons detection platform is like having military-grade intelligence monitoring at your facility at all times. 

t has the ability to provide real time situational awareness to the police and first responders when second matter. Allowing the authorities to quickly mitigate the active shooting threat and allow first responders immediate access to those impacted by the active shooter.

Learning Objectives:

After attending this presentation you will be able to:

  • Understand the use of AI in weapons detection and active shooter mitigation
  • Know the difference between proactive and reactive shooter detection systems
  • Understand how the use of a proactive AI weapons detection system can provide real time situational awareness to first responders in order to mitigate the threat of an active shooter.


Registration is required.

Location: East Bank Club
500 N. Kingsbury
Chicago, IL

ISPA Members:

January 1 - February 7: $50
February 8 - February 12: $60
At the Door: $70

Non-Members:

January 1 - February 7: $60
February 8  - February 12: $70
At the Door: $75

Contact ISPA at 224-333-1622 with any questions.