MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Knightscope, developer of advanced physical security technologies focused on significantly enhancing U.S. security operations, published an open letter today to all students nationwide:
Thank you for your leadership in helping better secure our nation’s schools. To match other generous gifts, Knightscope (www.knightscope.com) will be donating $500,000 worth of its services over a 2-year period to a large campus school anywhere in the United States that sends us a compelling essay on how our autonomous security robots could help in a school setting.
Proposals may be sent on or before April 20, 2018 to me directly at WSantanaLi@knightscope.com. Let’s work together on a solution while the “adults” keep bickering.
Corporate sponsors are strongly encouraged to match us. Knightscope will partner with corporations prepared to make a similar financial contribution and brand the security robots accordingly at additional schools. Help show our kids that their safety is the key to our future.
William Santana Li
Chairman and CEO
Knightscope is an advanced security technology company based in Silicon Valley and builds the ultimate in security guards. Our security robots deter, detect and report…autonomously. Our long-term ambitious goal is to make the United States of America the safest country in the world, changing everything for everyone. Learn more at www.knightscope.com
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