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Otis and Cobalt Robotics Expand Integration

Cobalt Robotics, the only machine learning startup to replace security guard posts with autonomous robots around the world, announced that their robots integrate with the Otis Integrated Dispatch API to call and dispatch Otis elevators remotely.

Cobalt robots provide safety and security primarily through corporate office spaces, automating security workflows more reliably than humans. By integrating with elevators, the robots can provide coverage to multiple floors, increasing the speed with which teams can resolve their safety issues throughout their spaces.

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“Our relationship with Otis continues to bring the power of AI-backed security solutions throughout the world,” said Mike LeBlanc, President and COO of Cobalt Robotics. “By integrating seamlessly into buildings with Otis elevators, our robots are able to cover more square footage than any other security robots.”

Since 2020, Cobalt and Otis have collaborated on implementations across continents and at Fortune 500 companies. In addition to ensuring Cobalt robots and Otis elevators connect seamlessly, the two companies have worked to reduce overall project costs and the time needed to implement a robot solution.

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The Otis Integrated Dispatch API enables robots from many manufacturers to communicate with almost any Otis elevator via the cloud or a local connection. It provides more flexibility and scalability than conventional hard-wired integrations – allowing robots to work with a bank of elevators, rather than only one, while providing a deeper integration.

“Otis is always looking for the best new technologies and innovations to deliver to our customers,” said Neil Green, Otis Chief Digital Officer. “As more buildings turn to service robots to enhance customer experiences and improve productivity for employees, we’re proud to work with Cobalt and other robot providers to bring seamless innovation and value to customers.”

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