Despite the $3 billion that schools put toward security annually, there have been over 20 mass killings in schools since 1990. Change must be initiated to stop this pattern of increasing danger in schools.
Common security measures include facial recognition software, automatic door locks, video surveillance, and identification systems. These systems are designed to prevent intruders from entering schools, but they do not take measures to stop assailants.
This is where Stokes Education Unitree Quadruped Robots are different. These robots are designed to educate and protect students, staff, administrators, and teachers.
In addition to the security functions that allow the robots to increase safety in schools, the Stokes Education Unitree Quadruped Robotics Packages provide a unique educational opportunity for students, allowing them to learn from hands-on experience developing solutions with the robot.
What Will Students Learn?