Knightscope today announced that a Connecticut based hospital has executed a contract for a K5 Autonomous Security Robot (ASR). From a patient’s point of view, hospitals are an open welcoming place where healthcare is provided, and family and friends can provide support to those recovering.
Knightscope today announced that a client in Oakland, California, signed up for its fourth year utilizing Knightscope’s K5 Autonomous Security Robot (ASR). This client originally deployed in 2019 as a result of consistent vehicle break-ins and was one of the first to collaborate with its local
Knightscope announced today that the Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), the leading subsidiary of the holding company PG&E Corporation (NYSE:PCG), has added another five K5 Autonomous Security Robots (ASRs) to its contract. This brings the current ASR total to ten machines under contract
Knightscope announced that its Autonomous Security Robots (ASRs) are now available on single, double, or triple shifts to better accommodate client needs and budgets. Up until recently, the Company offered its technologies on an annual contract for 24/7/365 use. 12-hour shifts were added in late
Knightscope today announced that a developer and operator of nearly 7,000 high quality conventional, student and senior housing communities located in top markets throughout the United States has signed a contract for the K5 Autonomous Security Robot (ASR) at one of its properties in Virginia.
Knightscope today announced that it received its second contract from a major US-based hotel brand. This Fortune 1000 hospitality company signed its first agreement in February 2022 for a Seattle property. The newest location set to add a K5 Autonomous Security Robot (ASR) to its public safety
Knightscope announced that it has received another new contract for Autonomous Security Robot (ASR) services. One of the largest US real estate investment trusts (REIT) signed an agreement for Knightscope’s K5 ASR to patrol one of its open-air, mixed-use shopping centers in southern Florida. As
Knightscope announced a new agreement with a storage facility in Napa, California. The use of storage facilities has increased 65% over the past 15 years. While such facilities are generally safe, they often experience break-ins leaving personal possessions and commercially stored items at risk.