Stacy Dean Stephens, cofounder of the start-up Knightscope, shows off K5, one of the Mountain View, California, company’s autonomous self-propelled robots. The K5 robot is designed for outdoor use, and can do video and thermal imaging, read license plates, detect humans in areas that are off limits, and emit escalating alarms if attacked.
Stacy Dean Stephens, cofounder of the start-up Knightscope, shows off K5, one of the Mountain View, California, company’s autonomous self-propelled robots. The K5 robot is designed for outdoor use, and can do video and thermal imaging, read license plates, detect humans in areas that are off limits, and emit escalating alarms if attacked. Tim Johnson McClatchy
Stacy Dean Stephens, cofounder of the start-up Knightscope, shows off K5, one of the Mountain View, California, company’s autonomous self-propelled robots. The K5 robot is designed for outdoor use, and can do video and thermal imaging, read license plates, detect humans in areas that are off limits, and emit escalating alarms if attacked. Tim Johnson McClatchy

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