PG&E signed its first contract in 2021 to test whether or not Knightscope’s would provide the levels of safety and overwatch necessary to secure certain properties.  -  Photo: Knightscope Inc.

PG&E signed its first contract in 2021 to test whether or not Knightscope’s would provide the levels of safety and overwatch necessary to secure certain properties.

Photo: Knightscope Inc.

Knightscope, Inc. announced that the Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has added another five K5 Autonomous Security Robots (ASRs) to its contract.

This brings the current ASR total to 10 machines under contract with this one client.

PG&E signed its first contract in 2021 to test whether or not Knightscope’s would provide the levels of safety and overwatch necessary to secure certain properties. During that successful pilot, Knightscope was able to reduce costs, prove value with a positive return on investment, and build the client’s confidence that the service would meet their exacting demands.

“Knightscope’s Autonomous Security Robots work 24/7/365 with greater detecting and data recall capabilities at a fraction of the cost of traditional physical security protection,” said William Santana Li, chairman/CEO, Knightscope, Inc. “We are honored that PG&E has entrusted us to help protect their properties, assets and employees, and we look forward to further assessing opportunities across hundreds of their locations.”

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