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Lollerskates   Sunday, 05/13/18 10:36:50 PM
Re: light1soldier post# 43014
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Knightscopes market cap is 90mil and all they have is a mall robot that’s ran into people and fallen into waterfalls. They also have a ridiculous looking large outdoor bot that there’s been no videos of and this nonexistent K1.

K1 is double the price of SCOT and there’s not a single video of it’s capabilities and where it’s being implemented. SCOT has sold 5 units in increasing size to a retailer that could be Costco, Target, Walmart etc. I can find and look up the video as to everything SCOT can provide but all the K1 says is “weapon detection”

No way does Knightscope have “weapon detection” coming soon. Do you understand how hard that tech is to develop? Knightscope is a robotics company, not a weapon detection company. Even the companies who strictly focus on it haven’t commercialized it yet (patriot one technologies)

RAD is capturing the market for intelligent towers while Knightscope let’s them. RAD is valued at 2mil with tradable shares. Knightscope is valued at 90mil with shares that can’t be traded. Knightscope obviously has a ton of debt too. Look at how many people they employ to do the same thing RAD is doing. Knightscope products are much costlier and not as easy to produce as RAD.

The choice between which is a better investment opportunity is too easy.


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