Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions secures seven-unit order from Texas transit agency

April 1, 2020
The security solutions will provide support of guarding operations.

Robotic Assistance Devices (RAD), a subsidiary of Artificial Technology Solutions, Inc., has received a seven-unit order comprised of Scots and Rosas from a public transit agency in Texas.

The units will be deployed at a variety of location in support of guarding operations. RAD says it received this order from one of its largest dealers in its network.

ROSA (Robotic Observation Security Apparatus) is a self-contained security and communication solution. ROSA is a compact package that can be deployed at a variety of locations in about 15 minutes. ROSA has RAD’s AI driven security systems, including Human and Vehicle Detection, License plate recognition and complete integration with the RAD Software suite notification and response library.

Scot Tower is a larger version of ROSA and includes RGB LEDS wrapped around the unit to provide increased visibility, solar panels to power the unit and mini PTZ cameras with auto object zoom.

“I expect this 28-month contract to be our signature deployment in the public transit industry and that other similar organizations will seek to replicate it across the country,” said Steve Reinharz, president and CEO of RAD. “The solution helps the organization save significant money while improving their security.”

RAD has commenced the deployment of this order and expects to complete deployment within the next few months. RAD expects to deploy more orders in the near future as it continues to increase the number of deployed units in the field and thereby increasing its recurring revenue.