Could Artificial Intelligence be the key to the future of the $1 trillion security market?

You’ve probably seen A.I. all over the news lately…

“The AI boom is happening all over the world, and it’s accelerating quickly” – The Verge1

“How Artificial Intelligence is Taking Over the Economy” – Bloomberg2

“Artificial Intelligence: the Future of Investment” – Global Banking & Finance Review3

Investment in artificial intelligence is booming!

In fact, the World Economic Forum calls A.I., “the global growth story of the 21st century”.1

By 2030, PriceWaterhouseCoopers estimates A.I. could contribute $15.7 Trillion to the global economy.2

If you’re looking to get a piece of a booming industry with enormous potential, one company deserves your immediate attention, with a unique opportunity to penetrate this marketplace.

The microcap has pioneered a game changing technology that takes ordinary CCTV cameras and turns them into smart cameras, utilizing machine-learning and artificial intelligence.

Listen, the security market is already worth a fortune, and it’s growing every day…

  • Markets and Markets reports the global security sector is worth $434 billion today.3
  • Fortune Business Insights sees the industry growing to $868 billion by 2028.4
  • And Databridge Market Research projects the market will be worth over $1 TRILLION by 2029.5

Companies that can harness the advanced power of technology like A.I are poised to take advantage of this growth potential.

Which is why you should pay close attention to this innovative company…

It has a secret weapon in CEO Jay Hutton who brings years of tech and AI experience to the table. He was one of the earliest employees of Ascend, an early tech company that literally built the virtual highways that the internet uses today. The company eventually sold to Lucent for $20 billion.

After that lucrative exit, Hutton became CEO of Maia, another tech and data company. He built that company to the point that it was bought out by a larger player — coincidentally, also Lucent.

Hutton came up through the software side of things — he was building and writing early AI programs before we started referring to them as AI.

Very few can match his level of expertise and success, which is why this next part is so important…

This is your opportunity to get in early on what could be the cutting edge of security technology.

If you need more information, continue reading this report.

It will outline the problems with current solutions – and how this microcap solves them…

Problem #1 – Today’s Security Cameras Don’t Analyze Data

In the U.S. there are over 80 million surveillance cameras in operation.6

There are also millions of camera-enabled phones being carried around every day.

Yet, they often still fall short in capturing the details that are critical to security guards when monitoring events or locations.  

That’s because these cameras are “dumb”.

They record video – but they lack the ability to do anything with that data. They don’t actively analyze what’s happening. Instead, they require human interaction to make use of the data.

Sure, the data is helpful in providing evidence of past events, but it means today’s cameras are reactive in nature – not proactive.

As a result, they are very limited in their abilities.

  • This proprietary software is equipped with AI-power and advanced analytics that can be layered on cameras, and programmed to identify certain behaviors, markers or objects.

Problem #2 – Current Systems Are Not Wi-Fi accessible

While there may be millions of security cameras in operation today, the vast majority are not connected to Wi-Fi or accessible by outside individuals. 

They are private, closed circuit systems where someone is generally required to be physically monitoring footage to then manually provide information on what is happening.

At many locations however, footage is not monitored live. 

Instead, the security system is tucked away in a closet or storage room and only viewed in retrospect.

As a result, the ability of security to respond effectively is limited to what is happening inside their immediate field of view.

  • The company uses Wi-Fi 6 connectivity enabling access to live video feeds and real-time data.

Problem #3 – “More Security Guards” is Not a Viable Answer

While studies have shown security guards are effective7, they can quickly become cost prohibitive. 

Entry-level security guards can start as low as $20 per hour to as high as $800 per day.

That works out to a whopping $208,000 a year.  Even at entry level prices, a company or institution is still set back over $50,000 per year.

And that’s per guard.

Larger buildings typically require multiple guards to effectively patrol an area – which then multiplies costs.

Plus, large security systems consist of hundreds of cameras.  Asking an individual to effectively monitor all of these video feeds at the same time is not an effective or efficient system.

And what about when the individual has to use the bathroom?  Or goes on a break?

  • The company’s software platform can be deployed across thousands of cameras at once providing an effective, low-cost alternative that operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

What to do next…

It’s not very often you have the opportunity to get behind a technology with such enormous market potential.

In the U.S. alone, there are 85 million security cameras in operation – one for every 3.8 citizens. But the US market is just scratching the surface…

This microcap has the opportunity to disrupt the entire North American marketplace.

So, if you believe the security industry is on the verge of major growth in the coming years…

And want to get behind a game changing technology that could revolutionize the industry…

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