MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- Knightscope, Inc., a leading developer of autonomous security robots and blue light emergency communication systems, today announces an expansion of services in New York and a new sale of 15 machines to a police department in California.
Port Authority New York New Jersey added the Knightscope Emergency Management System (KEMS) Professional service to monitor its 11 K1 Call Boxes on the George Washington Bridge. The KEMS platform allows clients and technicians to better understand the real-time health and status of deployed emergency communication devices. 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 statistics.
Knightscope’s Blue Light Towers, E-Phones and Call Boxes expand access to emergency communications for motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians utilizing the bridge as well as the park visitors by providing direct access to emergency services for people who may be experiencing danger, a crisis or some form of distress.