Deep Sentinel announced a $15 million funding round led by Intel Capital with participation from Shasta Ventures, Slow Ventures, UP2398, and Jason Calacanis’ The Syndicate. Deep Sentinel’s smart home security systems provide comprehensive protection against potential intruders with the use of high-definition cameras, AI and human intervention. Its 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.
Deep Sentinel released findings that dispute a widespread notion that police respond to all home alarms. The study conducted by Deep Sentinel Labs, the research arm of Deep Sentinel, looked at all the 765 U.S. cities with a population of around 50,000 or more (according to the US Census Bureau) and examined policies surrounding home security systems and subsequent police response, as well as the impact of false alarms.