Visitor management integration with Envoy Visitor allows Cobalt’s autonomous robots to provide seamless visitor sign-in and document verification.
Cobalt Robotics partners with Otis for elevator integration
Cobalt announces a partnership with Otis elevators to accelerate elevator integration.
Cobalt Robotics deepens partnership with Safetrust
With the expanded partnership, Cobalt Robotics’ customers can better track where its robots are and quickly call them for emergencies.
Knightscope robots to patrol Fortune 1000 hotel properties
The company is expanding security operations into hospitality and hotels as those market suffer from labor shortages.
VIDEO: Seqsense Security Mobile Robot
This video introduces the Seqsense security robot and how its sensor understand the world around it.
VIDEO: ROVéo Terrain Testing On Stairs
ROVéo, an Agile robot for security and safety monitoring of industrial sites, can swiftly tackle rough terrain, as well as steps and stairs, by simply adapting to their shape
Alterra Robotics produces autonomous security robots capable of extending your security teams reach. Alterra robots can see and hear as they patrol your facility, observing the environment for activity.
Cobalt Robotics makes autonomous mobile robot security solutions.
Knightscope Headquarters: Mountain View, CA, USAPublic: NOWebsite:https://www.knightscope.com Products: K1 K3 K5 K7 Applications: Indoor Security Outdoor Security Background Knightscope’s long-term vision is to predict and prevent crime utilizing autonomous robots, analytics and engagement. Crime has a $1+ trillion negative economic impact on the U.S. economy every year and Knightscope is on a mission to cut…
Cobalt Robotics closes $13 Million in series A funding
Cobalt Robotics, a Palo Alto, California-based developer of indoor robots for security, raised $13m in Series A financing last week. The round was led by Sequoia with participation from Founders Fund, Storm Ventures, Promus Ventures and Bloomberg Beta, and others. In conjunction with the funding, Alfred Lin, a partner at Sequoia, joined Cobalt’s board of…