Knightscope designs, engineers, builds, deploys and supports award-winning crime-fighting fully autonomous security robots and offers them on a Machine-as-a-Service (MaaS) business model in the U.S.
These state-of-the-art security robots operate in 15 states across 4 times zones running fully autonomously 24/7 both outdoors and indoors - wherever you might typically see a security guard - and have already secured over a dozen crime-fighting wins.
Over $80 billion has been invested in self-driving autonomous technology with 50+ companies working on it – yet, Knightscope is the only company operating fully autonomously 24/7/365 across an entire country.
The Company has prior raised $40M+ and is now raising $50M in what it hopes to be its “pre-IPO” financing should conditions be appropriate for a listing; “KSCP” has been reserved as its ticker symbol on NASDAQ.
Raise: Up to $50,000,000
Offering Price: $8.00 per share
Offering Type: 506(c)
Share Class: Series S Preferred Stock
Our long-term ambition is to make the United States of America the safest country in the world, changing everything for everyone.
The security industry is a $500+ billion market with little innovation 
For small and large enterprises nationwide, security is a recurring need
Knightscope security robots have significant field experience with over 500,000 operating hours across 15 states and 4 times zones running fully autonomously 24/7
Unique path to real-world commercialization of autonomous technology providing pure play investment exposure to self-driving technology
Strong existing and growing client base, including malls, logistics facilities, manufacturing plants, property managers, corporate campuses, residences, hospitals, stadiums, airports, casinos and warehouses
Machine-as-a-Service strategy targets an effective, profitable business model with high recurring revenues at scale with both a hardware and software components
Team has deep and relevant experience in technology, automotive, law enforcement, security, and the military
 Source: BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research
Large fully autonomous security robots provide effective physical deterrence as well as force multiplier effect
Browser-based user interface may be utilized anywhere for review of live data, video, audio and anomalies
Provides security teams unprecedented situational awareness and forensics
Four (4) patents granted thus far and will continue to develop potentially valuable IP in autonomous technology, artificial intelligence and predictive analytics
Knightscope presently holds contracts in 15 states across 5 time zones running 24/7 - fully autonomous - typically wherever you might see a security guard patrolling both indoors and outdoors.
Client experiences in are in malls, corporate campuses, hospitals, warehouses, logistics facilities, municipalities, airports, stadiums, casinos and residential. A visual representation of our deployments can be seen here in our Gallery.
Future expansion opportunities include schools, power plants, auto dealerships, lodging, farms, ranches and government facilities at the local, state and federal levels.
MACHINE-AS-A-SERVICE (MaaS) BUSINESS MODEL 
Our contracts can generate up to $96K per annum 
Effective hourly price ranges of approximately $6 - $12 per hour depending on type of machine and options selected
Manufacturing costs of security robot itself recovered in year one 
$250K estimated profit per robot over targeted life of 5 Years 
About 30% of customers pre-pay full year contract
Recurring revenue for a recurring need
 Assumes K5 machine under contract for 5 years at $96K per annum
 Assumes $60K bill-of-material cost
 Assumes $34,000 per annum support/maintenance/service costs; assumes long-term durability target of 5 years versus current depreciation period of 3 - 4 years
William Santana Li, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Seasoned entrepreneur, intrapreneur and former corporate executive at Ford Motor Company
Founder and COO of GreenLeaf, which became the world's 2nd largest automotive recycler (now part of NASDAQ: LKQ)
BSEE from Carnegie Mellon University and MBA from University of Detroit Mercy
Stacy Dean Stephens, Executive Vice President and Chief Client Officer
Former Dallas-area law enforcement officer and seasoned entrepreneur
Government Technology magazine’s Top 25 Doers, Dreamers & Drivers for commitment to advancing law enforcement technology
Mercedes Soria, Executive Vice President and Chief Intelligence Officer
Winner of GHC 17 Leadership ABIE Award for Women in Technology and Silicon Valley Business Journal’s 2017 Woman of Influence Award
Former Deloitte software engineer and leader with 15+ years of experience in enterprise, artificial intelligence and machine learning
Aaron Lehnhardt, Executive Vice President and Chief Design Officer
20+ years in two- and three-dimensional product and industrial design
Digital design expert including modeling and Virtual Reality (VR)
Former Ford Motor Company senior designer and Alias 3D instructor at the College for Creative Studies
Marina Hardof, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
15+ years of financial leadership and corporate management in both public and private enterprise.
Former CFO of Cloudmark, Inc. a messaging security company (acquired by Proofpoint, Inc.); various financial roles at Unwired Planet, Inc. (f.k.a. Openwave Systems, Inc.), which was acquired by a private equity firm.
Nine years with Ernst & Young and Deloitte serving clients in the technology industry. Licensed CPA in California.
$0.3317 Seed @ $4M cap *
$0.8932 Series A @ 15M pre-money valuation *
$2.0401 Series B @ $45M pre-money valuation
$3.0000 Series m, m-1, m-2 @ $80M pre-money valuation *
$3.5000 Series m-3 @ $123M pre-money valuation *
* financing oversubscribed
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q. What are the steps to investing in this offering?
A. After clicking the green invest button at the top of this page then it is 4 simple steps:
1. Review Offering Documents: Offering documents are provided for you to make an informed investment decision.
2. Provide your investment information: First, let us know how much you'd like to invest, then provide information to verify your identity and accreditation status.
3. Provide your funding information: Funds may be transferred via ACH (Electronic Debit), Wire, or IRA (Individual Retirement Account). For direct debit, have your bank routing and account numbers handy. For IRA funding, have your self-directed IRA account information available.
4. Check your email and sign documents: After providing us with the information we need, we'll send you some important documents to complete your investment.
Q. Do I need to be an accredited investor to invest in this offering?
A. Yes. For individual investors, an accredited investor is one who has demonstrated an annual income of $200,000 or a combined annual income of $300,000 with a spouse, for the last two years with an expectation of earning the same or higher income in the current year. A person is also considered an accredited investor if he or she has a net worth exceeding $1 million, either individually or jointly with a spouse, not inclusive of the primary residence value. Prior accredited investor verifications that are more than 3 months old will require re-verification for compliance purposes.
Q. Can I invest through my IRA?
A. Yes. If you choose to invest through your IRA, the names on all of the investment paperwork must reflect that account. As such, most IRA providers will title the account something along the lines of “XYZ IRA fbo (investor name)”. All documents must be titled appropriately for the investment to be approved.
Q. How do I accept my shares?
A. After you complete all of the necessary steps to invest in Knightscope, you will receive an email from Carta, our SEC-registered Transfer Agent. When you receive your email, you will be prompted to accept your shares.
Q. Is Knightscope a public company, and where can I find out more information about the Company?
A. No, Knightscope is a private company and its stock is not freely tradable. The Company does file certain periodic reports with the SEC under Regulation A of the Securities Act of 1933, which are available on the EDGAR website and which provide additional information about the Company, including its financial statements. These filings may be found here.
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