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We’re proud to announce that we have completed more than 100,000 robotic security missions for our customers.

NORRISTOWN, Penn.: January 4, 2024 —Asylon Inc., the leaders in Air + Ground robotic perimeter security, surpassed a major milestone today: 100,000 robotic security missions completed. A completed mission is defined as an alarm response or security patrol by either an aerial or ground-based robotic asset. By developing and integrating advanced American-made drones and robotics into a complete turnkey solution, Asylon is on a mission to create safer places for people and property.

Drones and robots are only as valuable as the frequency they operate, the data they collect, and the efficiency they produce. Through the development of our own hardware and software, along with the establishment of a 24/7/365 operations and monitoring center, we have effectively addressed the challenges companies face when seeking to operationalize a robotic asset. We've found that this turnkey approach not only rapidly unlocks the value that robotics can deliver but also serves as the key to scaling the solution across the enterprise.

Brent McLaughlinCo-Founder, Chief Operating Officer

In the dynamic landscape of security, the role of technology has become pivotal, especially in the face of evolving challenges such as rising theft, labor costs, staffing shortages, and geopolitical risks. In 2022, fifty percent of security professionals said labor shortages were a top challenge, and the national annual turnover rate is estimated to be between 100%-300%. Technology continues to be a source of solutions for companies that are building for the future.

As a dual-use technology company, Asylon has developed unique solutions for both commercial and government entities. In 2023, Asylon announced three U.S. Department of Defense contracts, totaling more than $13M. This partnership Asylon has with both commercial and government customers has propelled the development of various products, services, and capabilities.

You can learn more about Asylon here.