Check out Founders Network members making tech startup news headlines in this week’s member news roundup.
William Li‘s startup Knightscope launches its first fleet of the K5 Policing Robots (via Quinten Plummer, Tech Times). Knightscope is developing technology to predict and prevent crime utilizing autonomous robots, predictive analytics and social engagement.
Tyler Dikman‘s startup LoungeBuddy launches the industry’s 1st mobile-based instant airport lounge bookings (via PRWeb). LoungeBuddy is the only single resource for travelers to be able to locate, review, and access airport lounges around the world.
Jeremy Almond‘s startup PayStand announces that they’re streamlining the electronic check payment option (via PRWeb). PayStand is a next generation payment & eCommerce checkout system that enables organizations to take Credit, eCheck, and Bitcoin at 0% fees.
AJ Brustein‘s startup Wonolo allows you to hire workers on-demand (via Noam Scheiber, New Republic). Wonolo is an on-demand staffing platform for businesses for filling their immediate hourly or daily labor needs.
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