Japanese company Sohgo Security Services unveiled a new robot called Reborg-Q to patrol shopping malls in Tokyo. Pink Tentacle has the story:
While on patrol, four cameras mounted in the robot’s head and shoulders record video, and its sensors detect the presence of humans, water leaks and fire. When the robot encounters something suspicious, it alerts a computer in the security room and sends video. Human security guards view the video footage sent by the robot and determine how to respond.