Gabriel Intelligence Agency, an Israeli firm that helps businesses solve major problems, has entered into a partnership agreement with Scylla, an American provider of AI video analytics. The company will integrate Scylla’s detection technology with Gabriel’s incident response solution, which Gabriel says will provide a new approach in responding to active shooter and other critical events.
Through the new partnership with Scylla, Gabriel will upgrade its “battle-tested” integrated solution combining automated detection, video, and auto alerting to combat the terrible rise of mass shootings in the U.S.
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These mass shootings seem to be happening more and more frequently in America. And even its national holidays are not immune from this trend. During a July 4th Independence Day celebration in Highland Park, Illinois, a man murdered 7 people and wounded dozens more with an automatic rifle.
But that attack paled in comparison to the mass murder in Uvalde Texas that took place on May 24. That attack occurred at Robb Elementary School and saw the murder of 19 children and 2 teachers.
And the list goes on.
While governments debate what actions should be taken in response to this trend, the carnage continues. This leaves a need for ways for people to better protect themselves from such attacks.
The Gabriel Incident Response platform, says the firm, now expands detection alerts to include gunshot, weapons, intrusion, fight, slip & fall, and other anomalies. With this expanded detection capability, Gabriel says that it now allows first responders the ability to intervene and prevent critical events from occurring.
Gabriel’s unified platform utilizes detection and sensor technology to send automated alerts with video when a threat is detected.
“This is a big step forward in proactive security and leveraging cutting-edge technology to prevent tragic incidents from unfolding. Scylla’s detection analytics, combined with the Gabriel platform, gives first responders eyes and ears on a situation within seconds. This will clearly save lives.” says Yoni Sherizen, CEO and Co-founder at Gabriel. Sherizen, a former Rabbi, founded Gabriel after he witnessed the aftermath of a terror attack in Tel Aviv.
“Having Gabriel in our partner program further expands the use of our world class technology in an end-to-end solution. Our corporate missions align in providing technology that can protect people, organizations, and communities,” says Kris Griener, VP of Global Sales at Scylla.
The benefits of this integrated solution include:
Prevention through early detection
Live video to first responders in seconds of a detected threat
Faster response, decreased risk, and reduced exposure
Scylla is a real-time physical threat detection solution. The company uses AI and computer vision to detect objects, actions, and behavior anomalies. “Scylla AI-powered solutions serve to improve every part of your security infrastructure and range from object detection, anomaly detection & behavior recognition, to thermal screening, intrusion detection, and drone security.”