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Knightscope, Inc.

 

 

 

Business: Knightscope builds crime-fighting Autonomous Security Robots (ASRs). Eye-level, mobile surveillance provides deterrence capabilities, increased awareness through physical presence, and high-quality evidence for prosecutions.

 

Substantial Market Potential: $500+ billion is spent annually on security across the globe, and this spending is ripe for disruption. Clients include law enforcement agencies, major corporations, hospitals, commercial real estate, malls, federal government, casinos, and manufacturing plants. Opportunities include anywhere outdoors or indoors one sees a guard or officer.

 

Autonomous Operation: Knightscope operates fully autonomously 24/7/365 with clients across the U.S. The Company has logged more than 1,000,000 hours of service with its paying clients.

 

Success Story: The City of Huntington Park Police Department released data on its use of a single ASR in Salt Lake Park. In a comparison of June through December 2018 versus the same months in 2019 after deployment of the ASRs, calls for service, crime reports, and citations dropped 10%, 46%, and 68%, respectively, while arrests went up 27%.

 

Renewals: The Company holds repeat-client contracts across five time zones.

 

Recurring Revenue: The Machine-as-a-Service (MaaS) approach provides high recurring revenues at scale with hardware, software, and technical support.

 

 

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Contracts can generate up to $96K per annum providing clients an effective hourly rate of approximately $4 to $11.

 

 

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The Company targets approximately $53K cost recovery of the robot in year one and about $250K profit per robot over a five-year lifespan.

 

Offering: Reg A. Contact the Company for details.

 

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Offices: 1070 Terra Bella Ave., Mountain View, CA 94043

 

Contact: William Santana Li, Chairman & CEO. 650.669.9020 or wsl@knightscope.com

 

 

 

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