Defendry in the Press
IoT Innovator IoT Innovator Awards finalists announced for 2019 - IoT Innovator
October 15, 2019
IoT Innovator’s editorial board is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2019 IoT Innovator Awards.
Phoenix company hopes artificial intelligence could prevent mass shootings | Arizona News | azfamily.com
September 14, 2019
A local defense company hopes artificial intelligence can help stop mass shootings.
Arizona company developing new technology to protect people during active shooter situations | FOX 10 Phoenix
September 13, 2019
Unfortunately, it's a sign of our times, as most people are worried about active shooter situations, especially in public places. However, a Valley company is developing some technology they hope will help protect people.
AI for Real-Time Active Shooter Defense | Cutter Consortium
August 13, 2019
New commercial applications are now available that utilize artificial intelligence, machine vision, Internet of Things connectivity, and camera-based security technologies to detect and interdict active shooter incidences before they become deadly.
Avnet Makes Investment in Defendry’s Artificial Intelligence Solution | Business Wire
July 24, 2019
Avnet has invested $2.1M in Defendry, a surveillance platform that helps prevent active shooter incidents and is powered by proprietary AI and IoT.
Defendry brings AI-powered active threat detection to video surveillance | Security Info Watch
June 24, 2019
Company's software provides advanced warning of active shooters, robberies in real-time.
Deep Science AI joins Defendry to automatically detect crimes on camera – TechCrunch
March 25, 2019
Deep Science AI made its debut on stage at Disrupt NY 2017, showing in a live demo how its computer vision system could spot a gun or mask in CCTV footage, potentially alerting a store or security provider to an imminent crime. The company has now been acquired in a friendly merger with Defendry, which is looking to deploy the tech more widely.
Defendry startup aims to stop active shooters - Phoenix Business Journal
March 1, 2019
Scottsdale tech startup aims to stop active shooters from entering businesses.