Knightscope, Inc KSCP, a developer of autonomous security robots, won a new contract at a Florida college for 22 of its K1 Blue Light Towers.
What Happened? In addition to the 13 emergency call systems previously retrofitted, the college will replace older, hard-wired towers at two separate campuses, utilizing Knightscope’s cellular and satellite communications with solar power to provide additional students, faculty, and visitors safety when away from campus buildings.
Why Does It Matter? The contract is a decisive step forward in achieving the four cornerstones of campus safety that administrators and officials should seek: communication, prevention, mobilization, and apprehension.
Due to constrained budgets and staffing shortages, schools are ill-equipped to address many campus safety challenges head-on.
Knightscope technologies can solve the problem and fill the personnel gap affordably. This is Knightscope’s first announced sale in conjunction with its recent acquisition of CASE Emergency Systems.
Price Action: KSCP shares closed lower by 0.95% at $3.12 on Monday.
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