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Commercial real estate investment firm contracts with Knightscope

December 28, 2023SSN Staff

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – Knightscope, a developer of autonomous security robots and blue light emergency communication systems, announced a new contract for its 5th Generation K5 Autonomous Security Robot (ASR). The contract comes from an undisclosed privately owned, Miami-based real estate investment company. As a result, the K5 ASR will patrol a retail shopping center in Kansas City, Mo. “Ensuring adequate physical security in a commercial real estate setting is not only a key...

Automated Gunshot Detection (AGD), Autonomous Security Robot (ASR), emergency communication systems, Knightscope, National Retail Federation (NRF)

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Pinpoint provides solutions to prevent workplace violence in healthcare facilities


Pinpoint provides solutions to prevent workplace violence in healthcare facilities

October 11, 2021Cory Harris, Editor

HAUPPAUGE, N.Y.—Ensuring the safety of doctors and nurses in healthcare facilities while taking care of patients offers much-needed peace of mind while ensuring their patients’ own well-being.   Even more so now, as we enter year two of the COVID-19 pandemic, the pressure that hospital workers are under is immense. Having the security of knowing that they could seek immediate help with the simple press of a button when under duress is a potentially lifesaving benefit, and a vital...

Corey Greenberg, emergency communication systems, Healthcare Monitoring Systems, Pinpoint, Inc.

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Emergency communications systems not mainstream—yet

March 26, 2015Kenneth Z. Chutchian

YARMOUTH, Maine—Providers and integrators of emergency communication systems (ECS) face a number of challenges when trying to establish or grow markets: It's not cheap to expand a fire alarm system into an ECS. Private companies are not required by law to have multi-faceted ECS or mass notification systems (MNS). And it's difficult to get excited about a security system designed for worst-case scenarios that nobody really wants to think about.Some ECS developers remain undeterred. Campus shootings...

Bob Kaczmarek, ECS, emergency communication systems, Firetron, Honeywell, IHS, Jared Bickenbach, Justin Siller, Loren Schreiber, mass notification systems, MNS, Paul Vautour

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