- Knightscope’s autonomous security robot offering includes the K1, K3, K5, and KSOC user interface
- The roadshow is hosted virtually by a Knightscope expert but is a hybrid physical and virtual event that allows for in-person practical demonstrations
- The incorporation of Knightscope security solutions has helped reduce crime rates, in line with the company’s stated mission to make the U.S. the safest nation in the world
Most of the product demonstrations organized today occur online – via web conference software like Zoom, Teams, or Hangouts. These platforms allow businesses to demonstrate their products through face-to-face video chatting, screen sharing, and audio conversations. Knightscope (NASDAQ: KSCP), a developer of advanced physical security technologies, is disrupting the tradition by taking its product offering on the road in a hybrid physical and virtual event named the Robot Roadshow.
Knightscope is a leader in developing Autonomous Security Robots (“ASRs”) and subsequent security technology that uniquely combines self-driving technology, robotics, artificial intelligence, and electric vehicle capabilities to provide 24/7/365 security in the places you live, work, study, and visit.
The company’s mission is to make the United States of America the safest nation in the world while supporting the population of over two million law enforcement and security professionals nationwide. Now, Knightscope is bringing its proprietary technology to locations nationwide for consumers to get a real-life feel for the product offering in an in-person interactive format. Each of these Roadshows is hosted virtually by a Knightscope expert, but direct interaction with each of the ASRs and the Knightscope Security Operations Center (“KSOC”) shows the offering in action. The Pod has made well over 2 dozen landings in California, Florida, Washington DC, Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Texas, Oklahoma, Nevada and Arizona. Visit www.Knightscope.com/roadshow for the latest schedule.
The current Knightscope offering includes the award-winning K1, K3, K5, and KSOC technology. KSOC provides real-time access to data around the clock and features a 360-degree eye-level HD video stream, people detection, facial recognition, automatic license plate recognition, thermal anomaly detection, and automatic signal detection. The Knightscope product offering includes the robot and the KSOC interface to interact with the ASR.
Since incorporating Knightscope’s K5, the City of Huntington Park in Los Angeles County saw extraordinary results after just a year of service by the ASR. There was a 10% reduction in calls for service, a 27% increase in arrests, and a reduction in crime reports and citations by 46% and 68%, respectively. Based on these initial findings, the city chose to extend its contract for an additional two years. The same results have been seen in Las Vegas at Liberty Village, which routinely ranked top three in 911 calls, but after implementing Knightscope’s ASR, the complex has fallen out of the top ten for calls.
In addition to the success in the City of Huntington Park and Liberty Village – Knightscope has seen other crime-fighting wins in the areas of:
- Armed Robbery – providing evidence of armed robbery and vehicle theft to the authorities in time to make an arrest
- BOLO – provided high-definition video and license plate detection in 30 instances over the four-month BOLO (be on the lookout) period
- Burglaries – a Knightscope K5 collected evidence for law enforcement agencies on two burglaries and felony property damage
- Domestic Violence – an ASR caught eye-level video of an assault in progress that was used in court
Knightscope is working with the private and public sectors, officers, guards and technologists, citizens, communities, concerned parents, small businesses, major corporations, Main Street, and Wall Street – all for the common good – reducing crime and making the U.S. safer, one ASR at a time.
Knightscope plans to continue the roadshow to as many cities across the nation as possible – and not as a private event. All prospective clients, investors, and media are invited to attend these roadshow events to learn more about Knightscope. Those interested in hosting a stop in their area can visit the https://www.Knightscope.com/roadshow page to volunteer.
For more information about Knightscope (NASDAQ: KSCP), visit the company’s website at www.Knightscope.com, and if you have a need for a subscription service, you may request a private demonstration of the technology at www.Knightscope.com/demo.
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