SIA New Member Profile: KABAM Robotics

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New Security Industry Association (SIA) member KABAM Robotics leverages robotic connectivity technologies to build intelligent security facility management robots and connectivity software for smart buildings and cities. The company is headquartered in Singapore.

SIA spoke with Kelvin Wee, director at KABAM Robotics, about the company, the security industry and working with SIA.

Tell us the story of your company.

Kelvin Wee: KABAM Robotics was founded in December 2020 by me and two of my co-founders, Michael Sayre and Benjamin Chia, to address the global labor crunch and rising manpower cost. We are driven by our mission to empower the service workforce with technology, and help our customers increase their workforce productivity, improve performance reliability and business deliverables.

Repetitive manpower tasks such as scheduled patrolling, visitor registration and facility inspection can be reliably solved by our robots. They are equipped with surveillance cameras and artificial intelligence video analytics modules such as facial recognition, detection of faulty lights, unattended objects and facility defects.

What solutions/services does your business offer in the security industry? And what makes your offerings or your company unique?

KW: KABAM Robotics offers highly effective solutions that are easy to use and integrates fully with existing work management system and workflow. Our robots can be deployed as a standalone security solution, or as part of a larger integrated security solution.

What is something we might not know about your company – or something new you are doing in security?

KW: Helping robots become true extensions of existing security facility management workflows. Fully autonomous, capable of proactive AI detections/escalations and discharging the role of frontline first responder.

What does SIA offer that is most important to you/your company? And what do you most hope to get out of your membership with SIA?

KW: We are excited to be a SIA member and look forward to engaging and serving the local community.

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