Robotic Assistance Devices announced that its latest guarding solution, the Security Control and Observation Tower (SCOT™) was awarded a New Product Showcase Award from the Security Industry Association (SIA), a 2018 Secure Campus Award from Campus Security & Life Safety and a 2018 Government Security (Govie) Award from Security Today during this year’s ISC West in Las Vegas.
When trying to combat today’s security risk landscape, there’s no time or budget to waste on a solution. A tragic incident can occur at any given moment and the frequency with which these events are occurring across the world is only increasing. Enterprise organizations demand security solutions that offer immediate and long-term results in a cost-effective and hassle-free manner.
Robotic Assistance Devices’ (RAD) newest artificial intelligent guarding solution, the Security Control and Observation Tower (SCOT™), provides users with the flexibility and scalability to achieve quick, inexpensive, and comprehensive protection. SCOT is a standalone, portable, self-sufficient, intelligence device that enables a visible security presence and delivers situational awareness. SCOT’s use of artificial intelligence allows it to deliver guarding services at a fraction of the cost and is considerably more affordable than any human or automated solution on the market.
Robotic Assistance Devices (RAD) has executed a strategic agreement to supply its intelligent robotic solutions through Allied Universal Security Services. Allied Universal provides security service, systems, and solutions with over 150,000 security professionals to serve, secure, and care for people and businesses nationwide. RAD’s S5 Security Robots add significant benefits to the Allied Universal product and services portfolio by delivering a cost-effective solution to augment traditional guarding services. The robots will be leveraged to help Allied Universal customers supplement existing security professionals and improve safety, increase situational awareness and drive efficiency across the enterprise.
On the Move Systems is pleased to announce that Robotic Assistance Devices (RAD), its wholly owned subsidiary, has deployed its first unmanned security guard robot at the headquarters of Romeo Power Technology in Vernon, Calif. The 113,000-square-foot facility will benefit from the addition of RAD robotic personnel and will augment the existing security, safety, and operational processes in place at the site.
Robotic Assistance Devices (RAD) is an innovator of artificial intelligence and robotic solutions for operational, security, and monitoring needs and will be a premiere exhibitor at the inaugural Autonomous Security Association Expo being held in conjunction with the San Diego Security Conference in San Diego, CA, October 13, 2017. RAD will have on live display the operation of the unmanned ground security vehicle —RADbot— in the outdoor pavilion to showcase how this technology can save on human deployment for guard duties.
Robotic Assistance Devices (RAD), an innovator in artificial intelligence and robotics, announced it has named Matt Klock as Vice President of Sales for its U.S.-based operations. Klock is responsible for the development and execution of RAD’s business development strategies and will provide skilled sales leadership for RAD’s solutions and growing sales team.
Robotic Assistance Devices (RAD), an innovator in artificial intelligence and robotics, announced the release of the third edition of An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence by Steve Reinharz, CEO, RAD. The book explores the many benefits and uses of artificial intelligence, and provides readers in-depth insight into this quickly developing and expanding technology segment.
Robotic Assistance Devices (RAD), an innovator in artificial intelligence and robotics and master distributor for SMP Robotics Systems Corp., announced it is enhancing its complete line of autonomous robotic guards with the NVIDIA Jetson embedded computing platform. Using NVIDIA Jetson, an embedded AI supercomputer ideal for intelligent machines, RAD robotics can achieve higher levels of autonomy, while adding advanced people and vehicle detection on the moving robot.