PublicEye (and its sister product IoT2cell) was deployed at the AT&T Stadium during the 2018 NFL draft. PublicEye directly connected FirstNet enabled CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosive) detectors to first responders and their cell phones.


Until now CBRNE alerts and data were available to only a handful of people in command and control centers but not to the personnel in the field. Infrastructure protection with PublicEye makes protecting your assets easy and efficient. You can monitor your area and use our map based UI in order to identify hazards that enter within your space. In the AT&T Stadium deployment it was regarding CBRNE hazard prevention, but PublicEye can provide protection for a variety of buildings and events.

PublicEye has an advanced multi-jurisdiction architecture. This also has huge implications for Homeland Security. Local, state and federal authorities can be independently alerted, and they can collaboratively respond when a HAZMAT is detected at a tollbooth, border crossing or a Port Authority.

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