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Several US airports to deploy AI security from Robotic Assistance Devices

by Marco van der Hoeven

A major US airport authority that owns and operates several airports will be deploying the ROSA180 (Responsive Observation Security Agent) by Robotic Assistance Devices (RAD), a subsidiary of Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions. The name of the client is not disclosed by RAD.

ROSA180 (Responsive Observation Security Agent) is a compact, self-contained, security and communication solution that can be deployed in about 15 minutes. It only requires power as it includes all necessary communications hardware. ROSA180’s AI-driven security analytics include human and vehicle detection, license plate recognition, responsive digital signage and audio messaging, and complete integration with RAD’s software suite notification and response library.

Detection and deterrence

Two-way communication is optimized for cellular, including live video from ROSA180’s dual high-resolution, full-color, always-on cameras. The airport authority is expected to deploy the 6 ROSA180 units to perform enhanced detection and deterrence of trespassers and other unauthorized intruders to parking garages and other secure areas.

“We’re going to deliver great value to this highly visible client. This order from this major airport authority is very exciting for us,” said Steve Reinharz, CEO of RAD. According to AeroWeb, the Top 10 U.S. airports accommodate over 350 million passengers annually. “The success of this deployment will likely blow open the doors for similar opportunities at airports around the globe,” Reinharz added.

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