MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- Knightscope, Inc., a leading developer of autonomous security robots and blue light emergency communication systems, today announces that a Colorado airport has purchased 3 new K1 Blue Light Emergency Phones (“E-Phones”) to add to the more than 30 K1 Call Boxes already installed along the airport entrance and parking lots. These will be the first E-Phones installed onsite, as the airport looks to update and expand its existing emergency communications system.
The contract was brought to Knightscope by the airport’s construction project management company, a powerhouse in infrastructure construction in the Western United States. This reseller is a full-service heavy-civil contractor whose focus is building highways, airfields, streets and local roads, parking lots, industrial pavements, and water resource projects.
Engineered to be a robust, completely wireless solution, the E-Phone is ideal for applications where communications must be mounted on a wall or post in areas such as parking lots and garages, airports, transit stations and college campuses. It is ideal for enhancing public security by providing clear voice-to-voice communication over a cellular network. When paired with Knightscope’s Autonomous Security Robots, an airport can further fortify its perimeter protection and emergency communications as discussed in a recent blog post found here.