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ZeroEyes doubles footprint in Pennsylvania

ZeroEyes doubles footprint in Pennsylvania

PHILADELPHIA — ZeroEyes has recognized a substantial achievement in its growth for the state of Pennsylvania over the last year.

The company has more than doubled its footprint in the state, hiring dozens of Pennsylvania veterans, technologists, and skilled employees for emerging technology jobs with a global impact the company revealed in a release.

Citing concerns for public safety, ZeroEyes said it’s experienced significant expansion, witnessing a 750% increase in enterprise customers and a 300% growth rate in commercial accounts across the state. In addition, the company saw a 698% increase in cameras on the platform.

Key expansion was driven by a large Philadelphia-area public university, numerous public K-12 school districts across the state, several nonpublic schools, and a major Fortune 50 enterprise customer. Additionally, ZeroEyes has expanded its public safety applications across several municipalities, real time crime centers, and law enforcement agencies.

Correlating to high growth across the state, ZeroEyes recently expanded its Operations Center (ZOC) at its Conshohocken headquarters, tripling the size and employee headcount. With tens of thousands of cameras on its platform, the ZOC is vital to managing and monitoring real time firearm detection alerts and follow-on notification for hundreds of enterprise customers around the world.

“ZeroEyes is proud to call Pennsylvania home, and the commitment to protecting those in our own backyard along with communities across the nation is our top priority,” said Mike Lahiff, CEO of ZeroEyes. “Our fast-paced growth across the state reaffirms the need for cutting-edge solutions that protect citizens against gun-related threats.”


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