Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions Inc.’s wholly owned subsidiary, Robotic Assistance Devices, Inc. (RAD), has received a Letter of Intent (LOI) with an East Coast parochial school to deploy two ROSA security robots with firearm detection technology.
The learning curve with surveillance drones, security robots and counter-drone solutions is less about absorbing new technology and more about executing it for the best results in the appropriate use-cases.
Although they are only just getting their start in the security industry, security robots, surveillance drones and airspace security (counter-drone or drone defense) solutions hold significant opportunity for the right security integrators.
Cobalt Robotics, a manufacturer of intelligent security robots used to autonomously patrol indoor facilities, will introduce a new door integration that enables its security robots to open and then pass through a secured door without human intervention.
In its first month patrolling San Francisco’s Mission District, K-9, a 5-ft. tall, 400-lb. autonomous security robot, despite suffering abuse and seeming to contribute to a crime reduction in the area, was pulled off duty for allegations of targeting the homeless, according to The Washington Post.