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12 Sep, 2023
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These robots, which feature wheeled legs, help security personnel perform tasks such as perimeter checks and alerting.

These robots move at walking speeds and can navigate a variety of surfaces, including stairs. They can detect security threats and alert human guards through the Ascento App.

The robots work in tandem with human guards, increasing efficiency and addressing labor shortages in the security industry. Ascento's target audience includes companies in manufacturing, logistics, pharmaceuticals and the luxury sector.

By focusing on large industrial areas and offering a cost-effective and reliable security solution, Ascento is positioned as a significant player in enhancing security operations and addressing workforce challenges.

Zurich-based startup Ascento recently announced a $4.3 million funding round led by Wingman Ventures and Playfair Capital, with participation from notable investors. The company, founded in 2018 as a project at ETH Zurich, now has 10 employees and plans to expand its fleet of Ascento Guards.