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Read: Knightscope Announces $100M Common Stock Purchase Agreement

Knightscope Announces $100M Common Stock Purchase Agreement

The committed equity facility provides Knightscope with the right to sell and issue up to $100 million of its Class A Common Stock over a period of 24 months to B. Riley Principal Capital at Knightscope’s discretion.

Read: Allied Universal Partners With Knightscope to Sell Security Robots

Allied Universal Partners With Knightscope to Sell Security Robots

The partnership will utilize Allied’s security professionals to mitigate risks by monitoring alerts and responding to threats reported by Knightscope’s security robots.

Read: Knightscope Adds Coronavirus Public Safety Announcements to Security Robots

Knightscope Adds Coronavirus Public Safety Announcements to Security Robots

The COVID-19 public safety announcements can be made when a person is detected, randomly, by time, by location or issued manually.

Read: Man Knocks Over 400lb Security Robot in Parking Garage

Man Knocks Over 400lb Security Robot in Parking Garage

An innocent robot security guard was recently assaulted in a California parking garage. Fortunately, it caught footage of its attacker.

Read: How Smarter Robots Will Impact Security Workforces

How Smarter Robots Will Impact Security Workforces

Robots can be instrumental in providing security personnel with another set of eyes and ears in many locations and notify them of events.

Read: New Yorkers Wary of Patrolling Security Robots

New Yorkers Wary of Patrolling Security Robots

Although privacy concerns abound, Knightscope has opened a showroom in Manhattan and hopes to alleviate the need for increased security patrols.

Read: Robot Security Guard Drowns in Office Water Fountain

Robot Security Guard Drowns in Office Water Fountain

The Knightscope security robot has issued a statement after falling into a water fountain at an office and retail complex in Washington D.C.

Read: Drunk Man Assaults Security Robot in Silicon Valley

Drunk Man Assaults Security Robot in Silicon Valley

The K5 security robot by Knightscope suffered a few scratches but is now back on duty.

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