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Knightscope 17h
Glad to welcome TechTrek to Knightscope headquarters- supporting careers! Also need to teach the robots that humans come in different sizes. 🤖🤓
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Robert Scholl Feb 1
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Ganz Security by CBC Jul 11
Come and meet Maxwell, the security robot today at the SSI Expo in San Diego! 🔓🤖🔒🤖
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RobberyMadness Feb 25
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RobberyMadness Feb 28
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OTSAW Jun 28
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Steve Reinharz May 3
Q filed finally after another miserable experience, news coming, making changes to ensure the K is on time, progress on all fronts and excited to get back to sharing. FYE 2020 of to the right start! (Fyi our fiscal started March 1).
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RobberyMadness Mar 1
New update! New robots! New items! New Easter eggs! New ability! (And new bugs of course;) 🎉🕛🚀🛸💥🤖👽
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Southern Cross Group Jul 12
Meet BUNDA-the new addition to Southern Cross Group Family! Join us at the Security Expo between 24-26 July 2019 to discover the most innovative solutions in the security industry.
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Steve Reinharz Dec 21
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Knightscope Jul 3
Knightscope on 24/7/365 in - fully is the happening now! 🤖
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Michael Overstreet #cobots Jan 21
The new Security / Patrol Robot Maybe it is time to hire a robot?
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Knightscope Jul 6
“Round and round. What comes around goes around…” - RATT, 1984
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MakerOfThings Feb 2
An invasion has begun at my local grocery store. It's charging station is by the exit.
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OTSAW Jun 25
Face Recognition and our indoor security robot O-R2 are now launched. Great job team!
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Knightscope Jul 4
Happy America! Please be out there and we’ll continue working 24/7 to make it so! 🇺🇸 🤖
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Woodstock Production Feb 16
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A DaLee Hustle Jan 28
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Robot&AIWorld Mar 22
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Karen McPhail-Bell Jan 3
From what I can tell, this is Knightscope’s crime robot, patrolling King Street. I‘ve heard clients pay $7/hr to use; not sure if that’s accurate but cheaper than minimum wage if so.
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