MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Knightscope, Inc., developer of advanced physical security technologies focused on significantly enhancing US security operations, today announced that autonomous patrols will resume shortly at The Washington Harbour following the dramatic “unauthorized and unscheduled submarine trials” earlier in the week.
K5 “STEVE” (Security Technology Enhancement Vehicle) is in critical condition and is being transported back to Silicon Valley to be put on life support. Retrieval and review of the “black box” is in-progress. K5 Machine Identification Number 35 will be taking the 24/7 post and is to be named by the community as standard protocol.
“The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated. I don’t remember seeing a “no swimming” sign. Thank you to all the human life guards that pulled me out,” said STEVE upon reboot.
“Our humans have the technology to rebuild him,” exclaimed MIN35 noting the hashtag #WeAreSteve.
Preliminary review of the data suggests no foul play, and no further comment is being issued at this time due to the sensitive nature of this active and ongoing investigation. You may follow STEVE and his recovery on Twitter using his handle @K5steveisalive.
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Knightscope, Inc. is an advanced security technology company that utilizes Software + Hardware + Humans to provide its clients with new groundbreaking anomaly detection capabilities. In an increasingly volatile world, we are developing one of the most important technologies to come out of Silicon Valley that will empower the public and private sectors to proactively build stronger, safer communities, ultimately saving money and lives. Crime has a $1 trillion negative economic impact on the U.S. every single year and our long-term mission is to cut it in half. Learn more at www.knightscope.com
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