They look lovable enough, but Knightscope’s security robots are serious about crime. The K3 and K5 have been deployed across California and have played key roles in preventing crime and taking criminals off the street.
They’ve been so successful, that the company is now expanding operations and rolling out these crime-fighting robots nationwide. The company is in the midst of an “Investor Roadshow” giving people the opportunity to invest in the future of security:
This week, the roadshow finds itself on the Las Vegas Strip, where Co-Founder and CEO William Santana Li will present to an exclusive gathering of private investors. The demo and Q&A (April 20) will offer an in-depth look at the company and its goal to cut America’s trillion-dollar crime problem in half.
Next week, Knightscope will travel to the bright lights of New York City for private demonstrations of its crime-fighting technology for potential investors, new clients and the media at NASDAQ (April 25) and in Times Square (April 26).
It’s a busy and exciting time for Knightscope. The company has signed contracts for nearly two dozen machines in fifteen cities, in five states across three time zones and recently launched a “mini IPO” as the company continues to build momentum. Keep an eye out because the Knightscope Investor Roadshow could soon be coming to a city near you.
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