Peregrine Security invests INR 2 crores in Deepsight AI Labs

Peregrine Security, A Tenon Group enterprise, the global provider of integrated security services has recently invested INR 2 crores in Deepsight AI Labs Pvt Ltd, an Artificial Intelligence & Computer Vision Technology Company. A part of Tenon Group, Peregrine is renowned for its Manned Guarding, Security, & Remote Surveillance Services

The objective of the investment is to strengthen the security operations & integration of technology-lead Human-IT solutions within the security services & facility management operations of the company.

With the invested money, Deepsight AI Labs will develop and integrate advanced low-cost AI solutions to facilitate automated security solutions for their clients. Deepsight AI Labs will now independently develop in-house AI & IoT tools to support Visitor Management systems, 5G technology deployment, Guard Tour management systems, Smart FM Systems, and Advanced surveillance solutions.

When asked about their investment in Deepsight AI Labs, Anuj Rajain who is also the technology evangelist at Tenon Group said, “We believe in partnering with companies that are future-proof and show high growth potential. We are optimistic that Deepsight AI Labs will develop advanced AI solutions to strengthen our operations to provide futuristic technology -enabled security solutions.”

DeepSight is an AI company that has developed a scalable & proven Low Code AI platform that can deploy on Edge, Server, Cloud, and 5G. It is a retrofit solution that can use any video stream (CCTV/Drone/Machine Vision) to detect objects, behaviour, or incidents in real time.

Peregrine Guarding is one of the companies which have recently deployed security services at the New Parliament Building. Considering the kind of tech-integration required in the up-scaling of the deployment at project, the recent acquisition will strengthen Peregrine’s operations & go- to market strategy.

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