IntelliSee AI: Alerting to Campus Threats in Real Time

How do we better protect our K-12 schools and students? This question is a constant in the minds of nearly every educator and administrator. As schools work to prepare for an array of unknowns — from gun violence to perimeter vulnerabilities, and every slip, fall, and leak in between — the capabilities of IntelliSee become necessary as we seek to protect our most precious asset: our students.

Using advanced AI technology, IntelliSee helps protect students and staff while promoting a robust, multi-layer approach to safety and security.

To learn more about safety and security best practices in the K-12 setting, check out the following webinar recording.

About the Speakers:

Maureen Pajerski, IntelliSee CCO

Maureen brings more than 30 years of experience in sales and marketing leadership to IntelliSee. Her expertise includes driving consistent, profitable growth and dominant market share by focusing on strategies that support customer and channel success. Throughout her career, she has worked with both manufacturers of mass notification security systems and Systems Integrators specializing in technologies related to the implementation of layered security — including critical crisis communication in schools and hospitals.

Maureen holds a Master of Business Administration in Marketing and Business Policy from the University of Chicago and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana. Her strong ties to NSCA and Partner Alliance for Safer Schools (PASS) and her passion for making the world safer motivated Maureen to join IntelliSee.

Scott Keplinger, IntelliSee CEO

Scott was initially drawn to IntelliSee because of an unwavering belief that those with the ability to help have a responsibility to do so. When he first learned about new technology that would help stop the tragic, escalating gun violence in our country, he knew he needed to help get it to market. The adventure of a new business challenge, combined with his passion for keeping people safe, has fueled his dedication from day one. With more than 30 years in executive roles across various industries, Scott uses his extensive experience in technology, risk management, insurance, and public safety to make a tangible, meaningful difference for organizations across industries.

Autumn Welch, IntelliSee Business Development

Autumn brings an impressive 20-year career focused on State, Local, and Education (SLED) security to the IntelliSee team. Throughout her career, she has specialized in enhancing security measures across various platforms and institutions, particularly in large-scale districts. These skills, combined with a personal and professional commitment to advancing safety protocols, are a driving force in her work. The cultivation of strategic partnerships and her ability to align organizational solutions with diverse client needs bring immense value to our team and those we serve.

Autumn holds a degree in Business Management, combining academic rigor with real-world application.