Protect What Matters Most

Protect your people, your reputation, and your bottom line.

Proactive risk management saves time and money, reduces liability, and safeguards your organization’s reputation. But it also helps you protect something even more valuable—your employees, colleagues, customers, and loved ones.

IntelliSee was designed to assess a growing range of threats to people, from weapons to slip and fall hazards, abusive behavior, and more. We’re driven to make the world safer through the power of AI by making it easier to take a proactive stance—so it’s easier to protect what matters most.

Detect & Protect


Don’t wait until shots are fired to take action. Detect guns and other weapons before they’re deployed to improve response times and protect your people.

Slip & Fall

Standing water and other unnoticed hazards don’t need to be an accident waiting to happen. Avoid one of the most common—and expensive—risks to your organization.


Detect the presence of masks, crowd formation, and other markers of problematic behavior including trespassers or situations like no-shows where someone isn’t where they should be.


Unauthorized or abandoned vehicles create unpredictable situations, may indicate trespassing or that another crime such as arson, vandalism, or illegal substance use, has been or could be committed.

Always Learning, Always Evolving

IntelliSee’s deep-learning vision AI also continuously improves the longer it’s in use, increasing the value of the system over time. Because AI technology learns like a human, the more video data the customer feeds it, the better it becomes. Using the latest computer vision technology, IntelliSee provides an added layer of security to existing systems, alerting customers to an ever-expanding list of threats such as slip and fall hazards, drawn weapons, trespassers, and more, so they can take action before issues arise.

Protecting Your Privacy

IntelliSee is committed to protecting the privacy of our customers and everyone they serve. Our technology was designed to identify hazards such as weapons, liquids, or postures; it does not scan for any personal features and we are avoiding facial recognition and other increasing concerns enabled by the power of artificial intelligence.

We do not—nor will we ever—capture, store, or sell any data containing personally identifying information.