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Knightscope to Showcase at GSX


Teases Unveiling of New Technology at Major Security Convention

Selling Up to 6,250,000 Shares in Series S Preferred Stock at
$8.00 Per Share

, developer of advanced physical security technologies
focused on enhancing U.S. security operations, announced today that it
will be showcasing its fully autonomous security robots at GSX (Global
Security Exchange) in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Las Vegas Convention
Center from September 25–27, 2018.

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Knightscope Teases Big Unveiling at GSX 2018 (Photo: Business Wire)

Knightscope Teases Big Unveiling at GSX 2018 (Photo: Business Wire)

"GSX, with 22,000+ registered attendees, 550+ exhibitors and 300+
sessions, is an optimal place for a cutting-edge, advance physical
security company to showcase its technology," said William Santana Li,
chairman and chief executive officer, Knightscope, Inc. "And you never
know, Knightscope may have something new up its sleeve to tell the world

Knightscope is offering up to 6,250,000 Series S Preferred Shares at
$8.00 per share targeting to raise up to $50 million in growth capital.
For more information on Knightscope, including investment opportunities
in purchasing shares in the Company's latest stock offering, please

Knightscope is a private company and its stock is not freely
tradable. The Company does file certain periodic reports with the SEC
under Regulation A of the Securities Act of 1933, which are available on
the EDGAR website and which provide additional information about the
Company, including its financial statements. These filings may be found here.

About Global Security Exchange

Entering its 64th year, Global Security Exchange (formerly the ASIS
International Annual Seminar & Exhibits) is the world's most
comprehensive event for security professionals worldwide, dedicated to
addressing fast-paced changes across the industry with a focus on
immersive learning, revitalized networking, and a reimagined exhibit
floor. For information, visit

About Knightscope

Knightscope is an advanced security technology company based in Silicon
Valley and builds the ultimate in security guards. Our security robots
deter, detect and report…autonomously. Our long-term ambitious goal is
to make the United States of America the safest country in the world.
Learn more at

Legal Disclaimer

Knightscope and are
operated by Knightscope, Inc. Investment opportunities are "private
placements", are subject to long hold periods, are illiquid investments
and investors must be able to afford the loss of their entire
principal. Offers to buy or sell any security can only be made through
official offering and subscription documents that contain important
information about risks, fees and expenses. There are other risks
associated with investing in Knightscope such as competitive, execution,
market acceptance and technology risks. You should conduct your own due
diligence including consultation with a financial advisor, attorney,
accountant, or other professional that can help you to understand the
risks associated with the investment opportunity. Security transactions
are administered by WealthForge Securities, LLC, a registered
broker/dealer and member FINRA/SIPC. Knightscope and WealthForge
Securities, LLC are not affiliated.

Forward-Looking Statements

This release may contain forward-looking statements regarding projected
business performance, operating results, financial condition and other
aspects of the company, expressed by such language as "expected,"
"anticipated," "projected" and "forecasted." These statements also
include estimates of the pace of customer adoption of the Company's
products, engineering developments and prototype capabilities. Please be
advised that such statements are estimates only and there is no
assurance that the results stated or implied by forward-looking
statements will actually be realized by the company. Forward-looking
statements may be based on management assumptions that prove to be
wrong. The Company's predictions may not be realized for a variety of
reasons, including due to competition, customer sales cycles, and
engineering or technical issues, among others. The Company and its
business are subject to substantial risks and potential events beyond
its control that would cause material differences between predicted
results and actual results, including the company incurring operating
losses and experiencing unexpected material adverse events.

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