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Knightscope, Inc. Announces Deploying COVID-19 Public Safety Announcements Across Its Fleet Of Autonomous Security Robots

Knightscope, Inc., a renowned developer of advanced physical security technologies utilizing fully autonomous robots focused on enhancing U.S. security operations, has announced that it has created and deployed numerous COVID-19 Public Safety Announcements across its fleet of Autonomous Security Robots (ASRs). Knightscope’s clients are effectively all considered ‘essential services’ (law enforcement agencies, hospitals, security teams, etc.), so the company has been hard at wo...

Patriot One Technologies Gets Selected As The Security Technology Partner For Bleutech Park Las Vegas

Patriot One Technologies Inc., developer of the PATSCAN™ Threat Detection Platform, is pleased to be selected as the security technology partner for Bleutech Park Las Vegas, a $7.5b Las Vegas Mini-City project that will be the World's first net-zero, smart, connected and safe city. The partnership was announced via a press release by Bleutech Park on Monday, September 9, 2019 and via social media on Friday, August 30, 2019. Prior to these announcements, Bleutech Park Las Vegas held an eve...

Considering Corporate Culture When Embracing Security Robots

Deploying security robots at a company is about more than providing and programming the hardware. There is also an element of “change management” involved in smoothing the way for robots to play a security role working side-by-side with human counterparts. Rising Popularity Of Security Robots As security robots increase in popularity, more companies are adapting to such cultural challenges "As security robots increase in popularity, more companies are adapting to such cultural cha...

Can Knightscope’s Security Robots Make America Safe Again?

Knightscope’s long-term mission is to “make America the safest country in the world,” says William Santana Li, Chairman and CEO. “The company was started six years ago as we had grown tired and horrified by the ongoing violence in our country and decided to do something about it.” But are security robots the solution to crime and violence in the United States? “There are 2+ million law enforcement and security professionals trying to secure 328+ million peopl...

Knightscope To Beta Test Suite Of Developing Technologies At Clovis Unified School District

Knightscope, Inc., a developer of advanced physical security technologies focused on enhancing U.S. security operations, announced that it is has taken a major step in its commitment to help better secure schools across the country by selecting Clovis Unified School District in California as its beta testing location for a suite of new technologies under development. The Company had prior announced this effort earlier this year when it solicited students to get involved and submit essays on how...

Knightscope To Unveil K5 Fully Autonomous Security Robot And 6th Generation KSOC User Interface At GSX 2018

Knightscope, Inc., a developer of advanced physical security technologies focused on enhancing U.S. security operations, will premiere the all-new, 4th generation crime-fighting K5 fully autonomous security robot and the all-new 6th generation Knightscope Security Operations Center (KSOC) user interface at GSX (Global Security Exchange) 2018, which will take place on September 25 – 27 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Knightscope leveraged its real-world experience of fully autonomous,...

Robot Guards Provide Security Intelligence In Silicon Valley

Part 6 of our Robots in Security series Later this year Universal Protection Service will begin offering a new autonomous robot to customers in California The next security guard you see may look more like R2D2 than Paul Blart, Mall Cop. Robots are starting to make their way into the offerings of security companies, and they may give guards a whole new image. Later this year Universal Protection Service — a division of Universal Services of America — wil...

Evolution Of Security Robots Responds To Market Needs

Part 2 Of Our Robots In Security Series Companies realized they could improve security by mounting laser sensors and cameras on a mobile platform such as Knightscope's Autonomous Data Machines Security and safety robotics, unlike any other industry, is driven by customer and market demand. Once buyers acquire robots, they often find new things they want them to do. Manufacturers are then called upon to respond to those demands, and they often do. Enhancing Security...

Robotics: Redefining Crime Prevention, Public Safety And Security

Robots such as those designed by SMP Robotics can handle a variety of tasks ranging from perimeter fence monitoring to snow removal Robots come in all shapes and sizes from small tracked vehicles to large upright cylinders and cart-like devices on wheels. They fly through the air and glide underwater. They’re becoming familiar sights and will become more so. The future of robots in the military, public safety and security is expanding for some very good reasons. The new...

Safran Morpho Biometric Access Solution Wins SIA Award At ISC West 2015

MorphoWave biometric access solution captures and matches four fingerprints with a single wave of the hand MorphoWAVE from Safran Morpho took the top honor at the Security Industry Association's 2015 New Product Showcase (NPS), winning the coveted Best New Product Award at the NPS awards ceremony at ISC West on Wednesday. MorphoWave is the market's first biometric access solution featuring high-speed touchless fingerprint matching. MorphoWave captures and matches four fingerp...