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Robotics firm EOS Innovation to unveil ‘e-vigilante’ mobile security robot

03 June 2014

EOS Innovation, which says it specialises in the design and manufacture of mobile surveillance robots will demonstrate its ‘e-vigilante’ robot at IFSEC International from 17-19 June 2014 at the ExCeL convention centre, London

IFSEC International is an annual event aimed at the entire security buying chain. It brings together 170 expert providers, and more than 250 market leading companies. Visitors to the EOS Innovation stand will see the e-vigilante robot in action and monitor the real-time status of a robot in the company’s headquarters via a remote monitoring console.

David Lemaitre, EOS Innovation CEO and Founder, said: “In the last decade we have seen robotics make big leaps in the aerospace and medical devices industry. Robots and robotic devices are also set to have a dramatic impact on the security industry and we’re poised to help meet this growing demand. We look forward to showcasing how mobile surveillance robots like ‘e-vigilante’ will soon become the norm, as a first line of defence, in providing physical security for corporate campuses and industrial warehouses.”


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