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Security Robot Secom Robot X2 To Start Patrolling At KIX Terminal 2 And Railway Station

  • 2021-10-19

Kansai Airports today announced that it is deploying Secom Robot X2, an autonomous patrolling robot, at Terminal 2 of Kansai International Airport (KIX) as well as the airport’s railway station, starting October 25, 2021.

The surveillance robot, which will be introduced under a partnership agreement with Secom, can autonomously navigate patrol routes, using a laser sensor to identify its location. Capturing images with its built-in cameras, it is also capable of monitoring various areas. After the patrol, the robot stops at a designated position and oversees the surroundings.
Having served over 28.8 million passengers in fiscal 2019, KIX welcomes a number of international and domestic travellers as a gateway to and from the Kansai region. With the Secom Robot X2 joining human security guards, the airport will be able to ensure advanced and more efficient security operations.

Proactively adopting state of the art technologies, Kansai Airports Group will continue to make every effort to provide a safe airport environment for all passengers.

Launch:    Monday, October 25, 2021
Locations:    KIX Terminal 2 (domestic areas), KIX railway station

Equipment: Secom Robot X2 manufactured by Secom Co., Ltd.

Specifications of Secom Robot X2


Size(W) 840 mm x (D) 1120 mm x (H) 1225 mm
WeightApproximately 230 kg
Moving speed  Maximum speed: 4 km/h
Continuous operating timeAbout 3 hours
Sensing functions Laser sensor, stereo camera, 360-degree camera, PTZ camera, ultrasonic sensor,
bumper sensor, PSD sensor, internal temperature, battery temperature sensor
Warning functionsWarning voice, warning lamp
Remote call Microphone, speaker (voice call with controller)






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