ZeroEyes CEO Mike Lahiff Receives Philadelphia Business Journal's 2022 Veterans of Influence Award

ZeroEyes CEO Mike Lahiff Receives Philadelphia Business Journal's 2022 Veterans of Influence Award

Former Navy SEAL Honored as One of Philly Business Community's Most Influential Veterans

For the third consecutive year, the Philadelphia Business Journal's Veterans of Influence Awards honors veterans who have positively influenced the Philadelphia business community. Mike was listed amongst the distinguished list of influential veterans selected by the publication as determined by their exemplary leadership qualities, professional accomplishments, awards and milestones and nonprofit work.

Mr. Lahiff has dedicated his life to serving his country and community, serving ten years in the United States Navy, six of which were as a Navy SEAL. During service, he received 18 medals including the Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Navy Good Conduct Medal, Global War on Terrorism Medal, National Defense Service Medal, NATO Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal and more.

Mr. Lahiff left active duty as Special Operator First Class in 2013 and worked for a private investment fund and Comcast NBCUniversal prior to co-founding ZeroEyes. Today, the ZeroEyes gun detection solution is deployed across 30+ states in the U.S. and helps save lives by reducing response times, providing actionable intelligence, and delivering clarity to law enforcement during times of crisis.

Under Mr. Lahiff's leadership, ZeroEyes has hired 70 veterans and counting, enabling active-duty service members to gain valuable civilian work experience and prepare for their adjustment to the workplace by participating in the SkillBridge program.

ZeroEyes delivers a proactive, human-verified A.I. gun detection software solution that integrates into existing security cameras and mitigates mass shootings and gun-related violence by reducing response times, providing actionable intelligence with images and delivering clarity among chaos – ultimately saving lives. ZeroEyes' patented solution has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as a promising anti-terrorism technology and is the first video analytics technology to receive SAFETY Act DT&E Designation.