Deep Sentinel, a Pleasanton, CA-based security provider with 24/7 live video monitoring by remote guards aided by their proprietary artificial intelligence technology, raised $15M in funding.
The round was led by Intel Capital with participation from Shasta Ventures, Slow Ventures, UP2398, and Jason Calacanis’ The Syndicate.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate AI-Powered virtual guard security.
Led by CEO Dave Selinger, Deep Sentinel provides a security technology platform that delivers the experience of a personal guard for home and business. Its smart home security systems provide comprehensive protection against potential intruders with the use of high-definition cameras, AI and human intervention. The technology is designed to identify potential threats in real-time and alert the company’s trained security guards to communicate directly with the home or business owner, and law enforcement if necessary. Its guards review and respond to alerts from cameras positioned around the perimeter of a customer’s property. This ensures that any suspicious activity is identified within seconds and that crime can be stopped before a potential burglar even starts to enter the home.