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Robots for Guarding and Facility Management in Commercial Real Estate

Robotic technologies are changing the security landscape in commercial real estate. Two recent examples highlight the trend for incumbent players to partner with startups to maximize innovation and to ensure the effectiveness of this complementary technology in protecting the occupants of large facilities.  ADT Commercial has recently established its own Innovation Lab based in Dallas, Texas with its first project scheduled to introduce humanoid robots to the security space. Through a partnership with Halodi Robotics, a Norway-based provider of humanoid robotic solutions in physical security, retail and healthcare applications, the Lab is working on use cases for customers, with pilot projects expected in their facilities early in 2022.  Halodi was selected to be a partner of ADT Commercial in April 2021, when the leading US provider of security services completed a strategic investment in the startup. The contract with ADT provides Halodi Robotics with around NOK 25m (around $2.75m)  in fresh capital, and gives ADT the opportunity to double its investment if the […]

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