When you think of safety and security robots, what do you think of?
Terminator? Mechanical police?
In fact, we should think more in accordance with Wali’s thinking.
This is how Travis Deyle, co-founder and CEO of Cobalt Robotics, encourages us to think about robots in the world.
In the latest episode of WTF, Travis shares how he tried to bridge the educational gap between fiction and physical security robots.
I did not realize that there is a huge gap between current security technology and human security personnel.
Today’s facilities have installed technologies such as:
– Surveillance cameras
– Security badge
– Infrared beam
– face recognition
The problem is that most widely adopted security techniques only apply to Rear An incident occurred.
If your facility does not have the resources to allow human security personnel to work 24/7, problems may arise for a long time.
Beyond breaking in.
-Carbon monoxide leak
– Burst pipe
– The server room is overheated
– The alarm is malfunctioning
– out of battery
In these cases, physical safety robots can step in and save the situation.
In this episode of WTF, Travis shares how he tried to bridge the educational gap between fiction and physical security robots.
We also discuss:
The market’s current perception of robots in the workforce.
The obstacles society faces in adopting robots.
Robots can provide practical solutions for humans.
Are robots accepting human jobs?
I would also like to thank Travis and the Cobalt team for sponsoring the launch Life scale In SXSW.
About Cobalt Robot
Cobalt’s mission is to make spaces smarter, safer, and safer. By applying artificial intelligence and robotic automation to handle mundane and important tasks, Cobalt enables customers to focus on the most important things. Their goal is to help companies drive behavior changes to improve their ability to protect people, places, and property.
Cobalt provides improved observations and reports on certain human applications (such as safety and cleanup). Cobalt’s robots have unlimited attention, perfect memories and real-time human responses. By combining robots with consistent, detailed reports and historical trend analysis, Cobalt improves the safety of your organization by identifying gaps, driving behavior changes, and providing data to drive business decisions.
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