Orange County Convention Center Improves Security Program with Knightscope (Nasdaq: KSCP)


Knightscope, Inc a developer of advanced physical security technologies focused on enhancing U.S. security operations, announces partnership with the award-winning Orange County Convention Center (“OCCC” or the “Center”) in Orlando, Florida. The OCCC is a leader in creating safe, memorable experiences for visitors from around the world and will begin utilizing Knightscope’s K5 Autonomous Security Robot (“ASR”) to enhance security and operational efficiency at the massive facility. This represents Knightscope’s first-ever convention center contract and marks the company’s entrance into this area of the security market.

“We are thrilled that Knightscope and the OCCC developed this partnership to enhance the safety and security of our campus by adding a K5 autonomous robot to the Security Division,” said Isiah White, OCCC security manager. “This partnership demonstrates the Center’s commitment to public safety and cutting-edge innovation, and we look forward to the future of our security operations.”

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By hosting conventions, trade shows, sporting events and more, the Center stimulates and infuses the local economy with new money and expanding business opportunities through world-class facilities and innovative services. With 7 million square feet, the OCCC is currently the third-largest convention center in the U.S. and averages nearly 200 events annually and attracts more than 1.5 million attendees to the region each year.

“As a leader in public safety technologies, Knightscope is committed to augmenting even the most sophisticated security programs by providing simple, safe interactions between technology and people,” said Stacy Stephens, EVP and chief client officer at Knightscope. “Our clients need new and innovative solutions so that people feel safe and secure when visiting public venues, and we look forward to a long, successful relationship supporting the entire OCCC team.”

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