“Speaking with IEEE Spectrum, Cobalt’s CEO Travis Deyle noted that cutting-edge sensors, such as night vision cameras and lidar, coupled with recent developments in computer vision and artificial intelligence allow robots to have similar or better capabilities than human security guards, and can operate around the clock without becoming bored, tired, or distracted.
Our robot has eyes on the back of its head, can see in pitch black, and never needs to sleep. And when it finds something, it can ‘Skype’ in a highly-trained pilot to make hard decisions or talk to anyone in the space.
Travis Deyle, CEO, Cobalt
For now, Cobalt’s robot is designed to work alongside humans.”