Georgia State University Adds Knightscope Blue Light Towers, Call Boxes
Knightscope Inc., a developer of autonomous security robots and blue light emergency communication systems, recently announced that Georgia State University selected Knightscope Authorized Partner Transportation Solutions & Lighting, Inc., – Safety and Security Division – National Safety Systems to supply, install, and support more than 50 Knightscope K1 Blue Light Emergency Towers and Call Boxes throughout their downtown Atlanta campus.
Since 1913, Georgia State has offered one of the most enriched academic experiences and currently has one of the nation's most diverse student bodies. The 100-plus-acre campus in the heart of America offers access to major attractions, industries, and city opportunities. Georgia State University provides associate to graduate-level educational opportunities for tens of thousands across its downtown Atlanta campus and five perimeter college campuses.
“NSS/TS&L is extremely proud that Georgia State has chosen our company to equip the downtown Atlanta campus with Knightscope’s state-of-the-art emergency blue light towers and call boxes allowing anyone to call for help when and where it is needed, regardless of power or location,” said Joe Hunter, director of engineering and integration, NSS/TS&L. “My team and I are greatly looking forward to this upcoming project."
In addition to this new sale, NSS/TS&L placed an inventory replenishment order for 24 new K1 Blue Light E-Phones in anticipation of further growth and demand for Knightscope’s emergency communication systems that improve school safety. These devices allow for greater coverage, improved access, and better cost control in maintaining campus safety.