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Commercial Real Estate

Passengers want a stress and worry-free traveling experience, and the screening process to mitigate threats to their safety does not begin at the TSA checkpoint.  An effective airport security program starts at the roadway leading onto airport property and extends all the way to takeoff, with multiple complementary layers combined to create a single screening process.

STEP 1 Secure Parking Areas

Provide a consistent physical presence in all parking lots and parking structures with multiple KnightscopeK5 Outdoor Autonomous Security Robots (ASRs). Place emphasis on the graphics designed for the ASR itself and hang signage throughout the deployment to convey the appropriate authority.  Help deter negative behavior by consistent utilization of the ASR’s patrol lights, strobe, patrol sounds, and randomized broadcast announcements.  Allow travelers to summon assistance when needed with the K5’s Intercom button.

STEP 2 Secure the Curb

Capture BOLOs (Be-on-the-Lookout) with a K1 Tower ASR at each ingress/egress point for people, license plates and mobile device signals on your user-generated watch list.  Inform visitors that the area isbeing monitored with clear signage throughout the area.  Make appropriate welcome and departure greetings on a schedule and announce the time of day each hour.

STEP 3 Secure the Entrance

Expand the visibility further with a roaming indoor K3 ASR that provides eye-level video and broadcast announcements that remind passengers of TSA procedures.  The intercom feature may also be utilized to address specific travelers.

STEP 4 Manage the Workload

Your team is already exhausted from running the operations at the airport with way too many alerts, escalations, and ongoing investigations.  Why not upgrade to Knightscope+ and allow us to take some of the workload off your shoulders?  We can do the remote monitoring on your behalf and escalate issues according to the agreed upon post orders

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