Air Force Testing Drones And Artificial Intelligence To Combat Active Shooters On Military Installations

Air Force Testing Drones And Artificial Intelligence To Combat Active Shooters On Military Installations


A new system pioneered and being tried by the United States Air Force uses artificial intelligence and drone technology in order to prevent active shooters on military installations.

A company called ZeroEyes has created a system titled “The Drone-Robot Enabled Active Shooter Deterrence system” that will combine with artificial intelligence gun-detection software used by the security camera system at Ellsworth Air Force Base, South Dakota, reported National Defense Magazine.

“The entire idea behind the platform is being able to take a robot and ultimately impede, disorient an active threat on an installation before they can do any more damage,” said JT Wilkins of ZeroEyes.

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As the huge majority of active shooter situations feature the shooter with a weapon exposed for two to 30 minutes before the weapon is

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