ADT Commercial Showcases New Features of Humanoid Robotics, Drones at GSX 2022

ADT Commercial Shows New Features for Humanoids and Drones at GSX 2022

Since the robotics solution was introduced at ISC West 2022, ADT Commercial has prioritized more than 180 technology improvements in response to feedback from various pilot partners across industries.

ATLANTA – ADT Commercial has announced that it will be close to commercializing its smart autonomous escort solutions and showcase new updates on humanoid robotics and indoor drone technologies at GSX 2022.

ADT Commercial’s suite of intelligent self-guarding solutions will use artificial intelligence and augmented reality along with humanoid robots and indoor drones for end-to-end security monitoring of a wide range of commercial areas, according to the company.

Existing versions of both the robotics and indoor drone technologies in development and on display at GSX feature a host of additional features — nearly all of which have been guided by feedback from select pilot partners who have deployed the solutions at their commercial facilities.

“Our approach to innovation is entirely focused on customer needs and in keeping with the latest industry trends. “Especially given the costly employee turnover and labor shortages that have escalated in the guard market over the past several years, we’ve seen a way forward to help our customers with technology,” says Ed Bako, ADT Vice President, Enterprise Security Risk Group. “We are focused on solutions that create the necessary change and disruption to the commercial security landscape and can respond to these kinds of evolving challenges. But how to make those changes has to start with the customer and drive them.”

robotic robots

In addition to conducting autonomous patrols, performing two-way communications between audience and operator, opening doors, riding elevators, and completing various tasks with actions that require highly skilled motors, new features developed for the humanoid robot in partnership with Norway-based robotics company Halodi, a camera system It allows for a full 360-degree field of view, robot docking and self-charging capabilities, a padded suit, and many additional upgrades to improve reliability and serviceability.

Since rolling out the robotics solution at ISC West in March 2022 (check out the bot demo from the view below), the team has prioritized more than 180 technology improvements in response to feedback from various pilot partners across industries.

Says Mike Lavoy, ADT Director, Enterprise Security Risk Group Operations. “The real benefit to our customers in deploying this technology is the value it brings to their security team – having a robot that can interact with its environment means less risk to the customer’s greatest asset, the people.”

indoor drones

Working with Israel-based indoor robotics, ADT Commercial says the autonomous indoor drone technology being showcased this year at GSX 2022 aims to serve as an additional layer of 24/7 monitoring that integrates with adaptive security technologies Others are also to help address labor shortages in guarding the market and reduce risks to human life.

“The current drone under development can provide 360-degree surveillance with additional mobility and flexibility for autonomous flight, automating traditional patrol tasks while also expanding capabilities to react to security incidents in near real time without compromising personnel well-being,” says Lavoy. “Ultimately, what we want is for our robotic bots and indoor drones to work together as an end-to-end escort solution for customers.”

Swiss luxury watchmaker Movado is currently experimenting with an independent interior Drones at the group’s distribution center in Monachi, New Jersey, where it tests technology to serve as an additional physical security measure for night and weekend coverage.

“We are incredibly impressed with the technology and its capabilities to date, and we are very excited to partner with an innovator like ADT Commercial in its development,” says John Holubowicz, director of loss prevention at the Movado Group. “This really looks like the future situation we’re heading into in terms of loss prevention and security. This technology will enable us to automate the responsibilities of a physical security guard, improve reliability in reporting conditions and have amazing potential to help reduce and even eliminate the occurrence of false alarms.”

As the technology improves, Movado has plans to extend use of the solution to its warehouse spaces and other sensitive areas of its facilities, deploying a fleet of drones for multiple, specific use cases.

“We view innovation as a critical way to help our customers create next-generation security software that more effectively and successfully addresses the challenges they face,” adds Dan Brissingham, ADT’s Executive Vice President of Commercial Affairs. “Working with them directly on these key technologies sets the stage for success as we look to revolutionize the industry and the ways end users view their commercial security software.”

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