1st Place out of 800+ Aerospace & Defense Submissions
Create the Future Design Competition 2018
Nat Geo Finalist
2nd Place out of 5,000+ Submissions
National Geographic’s Chasing Genius Award 2018
Who Is Safe Pro AI
• A Safe Pro Group, Inc. company and developer of advanced artificial intelligence (AI), remote sensing, and computer vision software technology.
• Award winning image processing technology for the autonomous identification and detection of landmines, unexploded ordnace (UXO), or improvised explosive devices (IEDs) enabling safer, more effective remediation efforts.
• Technology that enables humanitarian, Government, law enforcement and commercial organizations to more accurately, efficiently, and cost-effectively assess the situation on the ground, around their facilities or in areas of interest.
Safe Pro AI Technologies
Applying advanced programing techniques to enable a computer to autonomously “learn” a particular subject, modeling its distinguishing characteristics.
Leveraging thermal and multispectral imaging to see beyond our visual perception.
A subset of machine learning where a machine learning algorithm is given pre-labelled data, enhancing its modeling and identification process.
A state-of-the-art method in supervised machine learning using a deep neural network designed to mimic how the human brain learns.
An application of supervised deep learning where computers derive information from images and video.
Safe Pro AI’s leadership team is comprised of accomplished executives and technical experts in the areas of Artificial Intelligence and Remote Sensing technologies. The team is advised by an advisory board of recognized subject matter experts in the areas of humanitarian, military and civilian Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) as well as enterprise drone operations.
Dan Erdberg has over 20+ years serving as a technology executive and led public listings on NASDAQ in the Drone and 5G wireless communications sectors.
Jasper Baur is a doctoral candidate at Columbia University researching landmine detection with a specialization in remote sensing, computer vision, and near-surface geophysics.
Gabriel Steinberg has worked in multiple state-of-the-art AI & software teams in universities & industry implementing technologies for bioinformatics, drone-based computer vision, bioacoustic monitoring and large scale digital twin simulations.
Dr. John Frucci
Dr. Frucci serves as the Chairman of the Safe Pro AI Advisory Board and is currently the Director of the Center for Fire & Explosives, Forensic Investigations Training & Research (CENFEX) and of the Global Consortium for Explosive Hazard Mitigation at Oklahoma State University.