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Basic Introduction and Development Status of Intelligent Robots As Security Guards

The development of every place is inseparable from the needs of the security industry. As long as there are criminal factors in today's society, the security industry will always exist and will continue to develop. Therefore, the crime rate in society will not be reduced due to the existence of the security industry. In the previous development process of the security industry, traditional security relies on video cameras for monitoring, which is relatively passive. Although many changes have been experienced, by now, the intelligent security industry has been popularized in various industries, and security The industry's patrol robot products have also begun to emerge in the market.

Ⅰ. The development status of security robots

Security robots will maintain a new height in the future development. Among them, industrial robots account for the largest market share of 70%, followed by service robots, and the country has a relatively complete industrial chain. It can be said that the national security robot stands in the tuyere of an industry.

Ⅱ. The types of security robots

According to different usage scenarios, security intelligent robots can be divided into two main scenarios: one is a closed environment and the other is an open environment. The application fields of closed environment mainly include: computer room inspection (data center, telecommunication computer room, etc.), e-commerce warehouse, power inspection (substation, transmission and distribution line, nuclear power plant, etc.). The application areas of the open environment mainly include: industrial parks, stations and airports, scenic spots, residential quarters, etc.

Patrol robots used in open environments have higher requirements for navigation accuracy and professional detection and alarm capabilities. The basic intelligent detection capabilities of the robots used include: fireworks detection, high temperature alarms, abnormal sound alarms, etc. The patrol robot needs more space due to its rich usage scenarios. Because it needs to be exposed to the open outdoor, it has a great impact on navigation stability and fluency. Ontology robustness and other aspects have great requirements. The tasks completed by the inspection robot mainly include, face recognition, human body detection, vehicle detection and recognition, fireworks detection, abnormal behavior analysis and human identification verification, voice interaction and semantic analysis.

Ⅲ. Technology of robots as security guards

The intelligent security robot is a new breakthrough in the realization of active security. With the help of the technical characteristics of the intelligent robot, the three-in-one of inspection, patrol and monitoring can complement each other. The core technologies of intelligent security robots include the low-speed unmanned driving technology of the ontology, computer vision-based technology, artificial intelligence video analysis technology, network transmission, and cloud platform management and control related technologies. In particular, 5G applications have gradually begun to be commercialized. In the future, intelligent inspection robots can complete more tasks with the help of 5G features. There are two major technical difficulties for security intelligent robots in landing applications. One is how to ensure the stability and accuracy of the technology in dynamic navigation; the other is how to ensure the complexities such as different light intensity, bad weather, and multiple moving targets. The availability of machine intelligence technology in scenarios.

Since the technical requirements of intelligent security robots are relatively high, robot companies also provide great technical support when they are delivered. This requires technical support personnel to know all the functions of security robots and various network characteristics well. For different industry characteristics, different deployment methods need to be adopted to implement, which requires the technicians of robot companies to have more keen industry insight. But I believe that in the future, as the overall technology of the robot continues to improve, the deployment process will become simpler.