MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Knightscope, developer of advanced physical security technologies focused on significantly enhancing U.S. security operations, continues to build momentum and deliver on key milestones. Most recently, the company successfully completed the beta release build of its two newest crime-fighting robots: the K1, a stationary machine with optional concealed weapon and radiation detection capabilities, and the K7, with a four-wheel form factor to traverse more difficult terrain. Following an exclusive media-only preview in Silicon Valley today, the K1 and K7 will be showcased along with the K3 (indoor) and K5 (outdoor) machines at ASIS 2017 in Texas next week.
“Knightscope continues to build the foundation for delivering on our vision of making the United States of America the safest country in the world, changing everything for everyone. The four initial technology platforms are just the beginning”
“Knightscope continues to build the foundation for delivering on our vision of making the United States of America the safest country in the world, changing everything for everyone. The four initial technology platforms are just the beginning,” said William Santana Li, chairman and chief executive officer, Knightscope, Inc.
Knightscope Continues to Scale Nationwide
Knightscope has 44 machines under contract with 32 clients across 8 states and 3 time zones. The company is targeting 100 machines by the end of 2017.
Knightscope has recently surpassed $12M in its Series m Preferred Stock offering from over 4,000 investors topping its total capital raised to date to over $26M. The Reg A+ “mini-IPO” closes on October 10, 2017.
Next Stop: Dallas
Knightscope is headed to Dallas, Texas with the K1, K3, K5, and K7 to showcase the “Security Team of the Future” to over 22,000 security professionals at the ASIS 2017 conference, September 26 – 28, 2017.
For more information on Knightscope, including investment opportunities in purchasing shares in the Company’s Reg A+ “mini-IPO” which closes on October 10, 2017, please visit www.knightscope.com. Information about the offering, as well as the offering circular, can be found here.
About Knightscope, Inc.
Knightscope, Inc. is an advanced security technology company that utilizes Software + Hardware + Humans to provide its clients with new groundbreaking anomaly detection capabilities. In an increasingly volatile world, we are developing one of the most important technologies to come out of Silicon Valley that will empower the public and private sectors to proactively build stronger, safer communities, ultimately saving money and lives. Crime has a $1 trillion negative economic impact on the U.S. every single year and our long-term mission is to cut it in half. Learn more at www.knightscope.com
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