Could Artificial Intelligence Be the Key to the Future of the $1 Trillion Security Market?

VSBLTY ( CSE:VSBY, OTCQB:VSBGFCSE:VSBY, OTCQB:VSBGF) breakthrough software has already been battle-tested in one of Mexico’s most dangerous cities, and was credited by local officials in cutting crime 45%.

Find out how VSBLTY’s  proprietary, A.I. technology is being used to disrupt a $1 Trillion industry — and how you can get in before the market realizes how valuable this company could become…

If you’re looking to get a piece of a booming industry with enormous potential, this company deserves your immediate attention… VSBLTY has developed a groundbreaking software platform, using state-of-the-art artificial intelligence. 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”.1

“How Artificial Intelligence is Taking Over the Economy”.2

“Artificial Intelligence: The Future of Investment”.3

Investment in artificial intelligence is booming!

“The global growth story of the 21st century” 4

By 2030, PriceWaterhouseCoopers estimates A.I. could contribute $15.7 Trillion to the global economy, equating to a 26% increase in GDP.5

VSBLTY believes A.I. will transform the $1 TRILLION public safety and security market.

In fact, Security Magazine is raving over the underlying technology’s potential. They call it “the future of security and surveillance in public spaces.” 6

And that’s where VSBLTY ( CSE:VSBY, OTCQB:VSBGFCSE:VSBY, OTCQB:VSBGF) comes in with a unique opportunity to penetrate the marketplace.

VSBLTY has pioneered a game-changing technology that utilizes machine-learning artificial intelligence to fight crime.

And recently they’ve taken this software into the real world, partnering with Radar, to battle test the technology in one of the world’s most dangerous cities – the Benito Juarez neighborhood of Mexico City.

The security platform was credited with helping reduce crime by a staggering 45%.

That’s the potential of VSBLTY’s A.I.-driven technology.

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

Markets and Markets reports the global public safety and security sector is worth $434 billion today.8

Fortune Business Insights sees the industry growing to $868 billion by 2028.9

And Databridge Market Research projects the market will be worth over $1 TRILLION by 2029.10

Companies that can harness the advanced power of technology like A.I. to help fight crime more effectively, are poised to take advantage of this growth potential.

Which is Why You Should Pay Close Attention to VSBLTY…

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.

In fact, VSBLTY ( CSE:VSBY, OTCQB:VSBGFCSE:VSBY, OTCQB:VSBGF) has a tiny market cap of under $20 million… an attractive entry price for a proven transformative technology.

If you need more information, continue reading this report.

It will outline 5 reasons why you should do your due diligence on VSBLTY…

Explain the problems with current solutions – and how VSBLTY solves them…

The potential market opportunity here is tremendous.  And you need to do nothing more than turn on your TV to truly understand why…

Global Public Safety is Projected to be a $1 Trillion Market by 2029 10

Almost every day we’re bombarded with headlines like:

“10 killed, 3 wounded in mass shooting at a Buffalo supermarket”

“19 children, 2 teachers killed in Texas elementary school shooting”

“How a Fourth of July parade turned into a massacre”

It feels like violent crime is running rampant in our cities.

In fact, in 2021, the United States recorded 691 mass shootings – a new record number – which is more than double the amount four years ago… and almost two per day!11

Murder rates also recorded the highest increase in modern history12 with twelve major cities hitting all-time high homicide records.13

Retail theft rings plagued the country…

There were over 1 million home break-ins… one every 26 seconds in the US.14

And 210 million packages reported missing from porches across the country… affecting 64.1% of Americans.15

With stats like these, it’s no wonder the public safety and security market is turning into one of the hottest investment opportunities of 2023!

The U.S. government alone is throwing billions of dollars into the market, trying to fix the crime wave…

  1. Earlier this year, the White House announced $10 billion in American Rescue Plan Funds were being committed to public safety and violence prevention. This includes over $6.5 billion in state and local funding. Biden also implored local leaders to invest in public safety, and allocate as many dollars as possible.16
  2. More recently, after the horrific events in Uvalde, Texas where a gunman opened fire at Robb Elementary School killing 19 third and fourth grade students and 2 teachers, rare bipartisan legislation was passed focusing on public school safety. The legislation provides $1 billion in funding to quote, “create safe and healthy learning environments for students”.
  3. An additional $300 million was also dedicated to training and equipment to assist in school safety. President Biden called the signing of the legislation a “monumental day”, and said that it was proof both sides of the aisle could find common ground on important issues.17

But despite the government’s best efforts, money won’t solve this problem on its own.

The solution needs the expertise of proven individuals and new technologies to fight crime in novel ways. Which is exactly what VSBLTY has…

VSBLTY’s Solution: Breakthrough A.I. Technology They Believe Could Be the Future of Safety and Security

VSBLTY ( CSE:VSBY, OTCQB:VSBGFCSE:VSBY, OTCQB:VSBGF) has pioneered an AI technology that can transform “dumb” security cameras into intelligent, threat-identifying watchdogs which alert users to potential crime before it happens.

“A.I. CCTV is the future of security and surveillance in public spaces”18

Here’s how it works:

  1. VSBLTY’s software has the ability to collect data from a user’s connected security cameras, thermal cameras, and other security platforms.
  2. It can then layer on that data a suite of advanced AI and analytics functionality to actively analyze and assess footage in real-time. This includes abilities such as object recognition, license plate recognition, weapons detection.

    Through machine learning, the system also recognizes certain behaviors and has the ability to detect various types of suspicious activity. From vehicles driving slowly to scout packages on doorsteps to potential weapons, the AI can recognize potential threats.
  3. That’s where partner, Radar, comes in with their community-based approach to security – a concept that could revolutionize how we fight crime. When a potential threat is detected, Radar has plotted out the infrastructure that connects users to law enforcement, using SOS alerts, geolocation and direct messaging to enable a rapid response with greater situational awareness informed by AI-analyzed on-scene data.

    The system can also notify and warn others in the same enterprise of potential threats (i.e. teachers and students at a school, neighbors in a community, employees and individuals in office buildings, even residents of an entire city).

When combined with Radar’s powerful platform, VSBLTY’s software enables a truly community-based approach to security – a concept that could revolutionize how we fight crime. 

And There’s Another Reason to Consider VSBLTY: It has a Secret Weapon in the Fight Against Crime

In addition to being run by Jay Hutton, who is one of the best software CEOs around, The company is also advised by Jeffrey Muller, a former FBI Deputy Chief and an INTERPOL Director and brings over 30 years of safety and security experience to the company.

He has worked in military leadership roles in the U.S. Navy.  He’s been tasked by the White House with keeping our nation safe post-9/11. And he’s helped craft many of the counterterrorism and protection policies used by the world’s top agencies today.

For example…

  • Muller co-founded and managed the FBI’s “Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate”. This division of the National Security Branch of the Federal Bureau of Investigation addresses and investigates emerging threats the United States faces from the use of WMD. It includes preparing for and preventing disasters involving explosives or the release of nuclear, biological, chemical, or radioactive materials.

  • He founded and developed INTERPOL’s “Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives (CBRNE) Directorate” – an international counter-terrorism program designed to prevent and defend against terror activities of the most devastating nature.

  • He conducted threat vulnerability assessments and developed countermeasures and prevention programs for all 18 sectors of the United States critical infrastructure industry.

  • And he chaired 34 United Nations agencies on Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP), and directed experts from 190 INTERPOL member countries to accomplish all activities related to CBRNE and CIP.

Most recently, Muller has been serving as CEO of Radar, as well as for Muller Group International (MGI), a global security company that specializes in providing enhanced security through integrated technology.  MGI’s responsibilities include assessing a client’s vulnerabilities, customizing a solution, and incorporating a blend of products and services to prevent threats. 

Microsoft, Google, Amazon – and many other Fortune 100 companies – along with government agencies, have entrusted him with their safety.

And after decades of analyzing and assessing security threats, he believes he’s finally found a solution that can help with the public safety crisis and reduce crime…

Bringing together Jeffrey Muller’s decades of international security experience with Hutton’s skills in software and AI, VSBLTY believes it has the key to creating a safer future for Americans.

Here’s why…

VSBLTY Helps Solve the Three Main Problems with Today’s Security Solutions

Problem #1 – Today’s Security Cameras Don’t Prevent Crime

The U.S. is one of the most surveilled societies in the world. 19 Between private and public security systems, there are over 80 million surveillance cameras in operation. 20

There are also millions of camera-enabled phones being carried around every day, any of which could start recording at a second’s notice.

Yet, despite all this… crime is still abundant and people don’t feel safe.

That’s because these cameras – ones that we are trusting to keep the public safe – are “dumb”.

They record video – but they lack the ability to do anything with that data. They don’t actively analyze what’s happening.  They don’t automatically take action to prevent threatening situations.

Instead, they require human interaction to make use of the data.

Sure, the data is helpful in providing evidence post-crime (i.e., to identify a suspect, read a license plate, or provide a historical timeline of events), but it means today’s cameras are reactive in nature – not proactive.

As a result, they are very limited in their ability to effectively prevent crime before it happens.

Problem #2 – Current Systems Are Not Easy to Access During Emergency Situations

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 send out alerts or 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 after something happens – like a crime or an injury.

This creates major problems during emergency situations (like a school or public shooting) because authorities can’t access the precious video feeds in real-time.

As a result, the ability of police to respond effectively is severely limited. Authorities are left in the dark as to what is happening outside their immediate field of view.

This is exactly what happened at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas…

In fact, according to the Texas House Committee’s extensive 77-page report on the shooting, the police’s inability to quickly subdue the shooter was due to misinformation between police officers, including:

  1. Not knowing where the shooter was…
  2. Where the gunman had been…
  3. And whether there were students in the classroom. 

The security camera footage at Robb Elementary was very effective – after the mass shooting – at telling us where the shooter was, how he entered the building, which classrooms and areas he fired in, where his victims lay, what weapons he was using, and what body armor he had… But by then it was too late.

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

While studies have shown security guards can deter crime21, they quickly become cost prohibitive.

Entry-level security guards can start as low as $20 per hour.  But armed guards with specialized training and experience, can run upwards of $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.

This quickly becomes prohibitive for many businesses, communities, and public institutions (like schools).  As a result, safety suffers because it’s too expensive to hire physical security guards.

Moreover, guards are still subject to emotions and physical limitations we all face as humans.

At the tragic school shooting in Parkland, the school security guard feared for his life and was actually caught hiding from the shooter instead of protecting students.26

Likewise, 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 odds of missing something are incredibly high.  Potential threats then go unnoticed until it’s too late.

Case Study: Technology Platform Battle-Tested in One of The World’s Most Dangerous Cities

Along with their strategic partner, Radar, VSBLTY’s A.I. technology has been tested and installed in over 10,000 security cameras in Mexico.

Of those 10,000 cameras, over 3,700 were installed in the Benito Juarez district of Mexico City with the full suite of services from the security platform. A downloadable app was also made available to the entire community of Benito Juarez, illustrating a true community-based approach.

The smart camera and security platform installation was a significant part of a comprehensive program established by the municipality’s Mayor and the Director of Citizens Security and Crime Prevention.  Their goal was to combat crime at the root

With access control, object detection, and other alerts, the geo-locational was able to identify security threats and simultaneously alert citizens, security, and emergency call centers.

The whole neighborhood was connected and monitored by both police and citizens.

Data and visuals were received and shared in real time.  Allowing for effective, appropriate responses to real threats.

From 2019, when the installation began, to 2022, Benito Juarez realized a direct impact on more than 200 incidences of crimes such as violent assault, robbery, and burglary.

That amounts to a 45% reduction in high-impact crimes.   

The community’s perception of security also improved, jumping from 51% to 72%… a 21% increase

Benito Juarez now has the highest perception of safety in all of Mexico City, and the second highest nationally. 

Municipal leaders credit the program, along with the effectiveness of Radar’s security platform, with these achievements.

VSBLTY’s 5 Major Advantages Over Current Systems:

  1. AI Technology Platform Helps Prevent Crime Before It Happens:

    With VSBLTY, video footage is analyzed in real time by artificial intelligence to identify threats and instantaneously provide alerts to local security personnel.

    It can detect weapons, persons of interest in ongoing investigations, and even license plates of vehicles used in a crime.

    It can then dispatch authorities to assess the situation and prevent crime from happening.  It can also warn citizens of terror events (like mass shootings) as they happen so they can seek safety.

  2. Enables Police Enforcement to Act Faster and More Decisively:

    With VSBLTY, police receive real-time smart camera feeds, so they are able to respond quickly and effectively to threats as they are occurring.

    It will help them know where the threat is, what areas are clear, and what pathways are safe.

    The bottom line is that it gives authorities the data they need to better assess dangerous situations and better protect civilians.

  3. Helps Medical Personnel Save Lives:

    As important as it is to know where a shooter or criminal is, it’s just as crucial to know where he’s been.

    Many victims in tragedies like mass shooting scenarios don’t die instantly from their wounds – rather they bleed out because medical personnel couldn’t reach them fast enough.

    VSBLTY’s advanced analytics capabilities can track and mark the path of perpetrators so police and medical personnel can trace their steps to find potential victims in need of care. 

  4. Cheaper Than Traditional Security Options:

    Hiring physical security quickly gets prohibitive. Armed guards with special training can cost upwards of $200k a year – not an option for budget-conscious entities like public schools.

    VSBLTY can be deployed at a fraction of that cost.

    It can also be used in combination with existing security guards to supercharge their effectiveness. In fact, the AI-powered platform can be used to actively monitor video feeds, enabling guards to focus on physical interaction – a more effective use of their abilities.

  5. VSBLTY Works With Existing Security Systems

    The platform can integrate directly with existing security hardware and commercially available off-the-shelf cameras – opening the doors to a tremendous opportunity to tap the existing 85 million surveillance cameras already operating in the US… and potentially surveillance cameras across the rest of North America.

    This unique ability to “bolt-on” to existing hardware adds tremendous value to VSBLTY’s potential.

    In fact, management believes it could enable the company to provide its collaborative security solution at a fraction of the cost of other providers, enabling it to provide effective, low-cost security for schools, hospitals, municipal governments, neighborhoods, and homeowners associations.

    This gives it a major competitive advantage.

The Opportunity for VSBLTY

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

VSBLTY offers a scalable solution for several high-demand markets, including:

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

VSBLTY has the opportunity to disrupt the entire North American marketplace.

  • The company has developed a game changing security software platform, powered by artificial intelligence.
  • It’s already proven to work in one of the world’s most dangerous cities – where it was credited by local government officials to assist in reducing crime by 45%.
  • And the company is run and advised by two of the most respected experts in their fields — of AI and security.

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

And want to get behind a game changing technology that could help address this crisis (while making society safer for you, your children, and millions of others) then VSBLTY ( CSE:VSBY, OTCQB:VSBGFCSE:VSBY, OTCQB:VSBGF) is worth your consideration.

Learn More About VSBLTY ( CSE:VSBY, OTCQB:VSBGFCSE:VSBY, OTCQB:VSBGF) at your brokerage today!


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