K5 is an autonomous crime-fighting security robot. It uses cameras and other sensors, as well as its commanding physical presence, to patrol malls, offices, and parking lots, always on the lookout for suspicious behavior.
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Did You Know?
Knightscope robots have helped in many law enforcement cases, including vehicle break-ins, apprehending a thief, and tracking down a vandal.
In 2017, a K5 took an unintentional dip in a fountain in Washington, D.C. The robot is now back at work.
Knightscope robots have travelled collectively over 100,000 miles and have operated in the field in excess of 180,000 hours.
- Autonomous presence with live 360-degree video streaming and real-time notifications. Able to detect environmental anomalies, concealed weapons, and radiation. Can be equipped with license plate recognition and forensic capabilities.
- 158.75 cm | 62.5 in
- 91.44 cm | 36 in
- 85.09 cm | 33.5 in
- 180.53 kg | 400 lb
- 4.8 km/h | 3 mph
- GPS, 360-degree HD video, lidar sensor, thermal imaging camera, night-vision camera, audio recording system. Biological, chemical, and radiation detection sensors. Proximity sensors.
- Mapping and navigation. Optical character recognition. Behavioral analysis.
- DEGREES OF FREEDOM (DOF)
- $7 to $12 per hour of security work