Sentry AI and Bold Group collaborate to deliver sophisticated AI to enable Monitoring Centers to expand their business

SUNNYVALE, Calif., September 27, 2022 Sentry AI, a leading creator of AI Video Monitoring solutions, and Bold Group, part of EverCommerce Security and Alarm solutions and an industry-leading provider of automation software for security businesses, are announcing a product collaboration that offers enhanced AI capabilities that central stations and guard services may implement with the goal of supercharging their operators, lowering costs, and adding new

Ways AI keeps buildings clean, even in a post-COVID world

COVID-19 has grown into a global public health and economic crisis that has affected the $90 trillion global economy in nearly a century beyond anything witnessed. Even as the world is transitioning away from the shadows of COVID-19, some of the positive changes it induced will stay. Businesses around the world have been trying to

AI-based predictive maintenance takes center stage

Security professionals regularly maintain installations around facilities. It has been costly for organizations to repair broken-down devices. As a result, predictive maintenance becomes more prevalent in the security industry as a method for driving down costs. In addition, installations like cameras need to be functioning properly at all times to ensure maximum security. It becomes

Sentry AI and Immix Partner to deliver human-like AI to assist operators at Central Alarm Monitoring Stations

SUNNYVALE, Calif., February 15, 2022 Sentry AI and Immix today announced a collaboration to deliver human-like AI to central stations, enabling them to supercharge their operators, lower costs, and add new revenue streams. Sentry AI’s cutting-edge technologies infused with unique Situational Awareness capabilities deliver unprecedented false alarm filtering, reaching 99% in many cases, freeing up


A Safe and Secure Solution

“Sentry is solving a problem that we really need to solve in our time.” - Neville Taraporewalla   Sentry AI became the first company to go straight to the final round of Meet the Drapers Show Season 4. Join our vision to make the community safe and secure with more than 1000 investors on

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AI and Invasion of Privacy

By Farhat Ali - Apr 2021 A lot of discussion in media is taking place on the role of AI and how it may lead to invasion of privacy and increased discrimination in hiring and policing. I am passionate about technology and its contribution to human well-being. Mechanization of farms and increase in crop yields

AI-based Monitoring Would Have Prevented Jeffrey Epstein’s Death

Systemic failures of the current security monitoring system and the new approach. By Farhat Ali — Mar 2020 On the morning of August 10, 2019, Jeffrey Epstein’s body was found in his Manhattan jail cell, two hours after his death. People wonder how such a high-profile inmate was left unsupervised so that he could hang


Surveillance you can trust

Featured on the Leading Cities podcast: A Preview of Tomorrow, Uday Kiran Chaka, Founder and CEO of Smart Sentry AI and Michael Lake, President and CEO of Leading Cities discussed the short comings of modern surveillance systems due to human error and how AI technology can gain back the trust for security monitoring. http://

Drones with Artificial Intelligence will soon become a powerful tool — a new perspective

"Seeing what exists in the market already, we are our biggest competition" Ritesh Agarwal - Sentry AI Head of AI Technologies Ritesh Agarwal, our Head of AI Technologies, published an article on The Innovator to discuss how new Artificial Intelligence applications has transformed drones from fun gadgets into an essential device in many areas such

Webinar: Covid-19 & video monitoring – how to meet the surging demand for security

Corona Virus Title: Covid-19 & video monitoring - how to meet the surging demand for security Description: Covid-19 has completely changed how we operate. With more than 30% of the US population in lockdown, the demand for commercial surveillance is increasing. At the same time monitoring stations are grappling with agent unavailability and attrition. Can technology be