MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- Knightscope, Inc., a leading developer of autonomous security robots and blue light emergency communication systems, today announced that it has released its Knightscope Emergency Management System (“KEMS”) platform in the continued drive to reimagine public safety.
Knightscope has over 7,000 K1 Blue Light Towers, E-Phones and Call Boxes in the field across the country supporting a wide variety of telecommunication technologies, power sources, geographic locations, equipment configurations and usage patterns. The all-new KEMS platform will allow clients and technicians to better understand the real-time health and status of these machines-in-network. The cloud-based application monitors the system wide state-of-health, alerts users concerning operational issues, provides technicians real-time error detection/diagnostics, and collects/reports system performance statics.
The rollout of the KEMS platform will continue throughout 2023. “New features are being planned as part of Knightscope’s long-term strategy to conduct a significant overhaul of the Nation’s public safety infrastructure,” said William Santana Li, chairman and chief executive officer, Knightscope, Inc. “Connecting all machines-in-network across the country and embedding artificial intelligence across the product portfolio - enabling them to eventually be able to see, feel, hear, smell and speak - will make a dramatic difference in helping law enforcement and security professionals better secure our country.”