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Technology Tuesday March 14, 2017

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Technology Tuesday March 14, 2017

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Technology Tuesday March 14, 2017
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12503/6830002?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Wed, 15 Mar 2017 03:15:45 +0000 Technology Tuesday March 14, 2017 Technology Tuesday March 14, 2017 http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12503/6830002?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KAMC helper. robots.. after the break. bryan the big 'south by southwest' festival in austin has a conference highlighting new, high tech gadgets. our 'ken molestina' got a sneak peak at some new machines coming to texas.. that help humans in their work to keep us all safe. :38-43 stacey stephens/ knightscope, inc. :50-55 ken molestina/arlingto n 1:07-1:11 mark mccourt/ vp allied universal "step away from the machine now." the commands are authoritative. "seriously i said step away from the machine." but what else would you expect from a machine tasked with keeping you safe. "in case you're wondering i'm a security robot nice to see you here." these are the k3 and k5 knightscope security robots. "this is meant to augment security service, as it's patrolling around it's looking for anomolies using a number of sensors that it has on board." north texas native stacey stephens is with the california company that makes these robots. he says their range of use is wide, and the popularity of them is spreading. stacey stephens/ knightscope, inc. "we have license plate recognition so we can look for people who are criminally trespassing. we can look for terminated employees who may be coming to cause harm, we can even look for predators who want to bring domestic violence into the workplace." "these robots are equipeed with 4 hd cameras and a thermal camera...and these camera are consistently recording, constantly scanning 360 degree's." "the authorities have been notified of your presence." it transmits data real time to a hub manned by a human. (sot) 00:24:47 mark mccourt/ vp allied universal "i think we're going to see more and more automatation compliment our man guard programs." allied universal, a large scale security company has jumped on board to help deploy the use of these robots... "you will see them rolling out in texas this year." which will be in public areas around town soon. bryan ken molestina in arlington. the makers of the robots say they won't replace ken molestina in arlington. the makers of the robots say they won't replace people's jobs.. just help in accomplishing those jobs. coming




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