Knightscope chairman and CEO said the robotics industry focuses too much on technology and not enough on solving customer problems.
Knightscope announced its offering in December 2021, when it began selling up to 4 million shares of Class A common stock for $10 per share.
Knightscope will be offering $40 million of Class A common stock at $10 per share. Knightscope plans to use the proceeds from the IPO to continue to scale its fleet of security robots and to invest in new technologies.
By Frank Tobe, Editor and Publisher, The Robot Report What happens when you mix big data analytics, a policeman, homeland security, some funding from an insurance company and robotics? You get Knightscope, a Santa Clara, California start-up developing a mobile robot which is a part of a multi-part augmentation strategy created to meet the needs of…