Louisiana’s Jena Choctaw Pines Casino to host Knightscope’s 80th Robot Roadshow

April 26, 2023
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The three-day event will open next month.

Jena Choctaw Pines Casino in Dry Prong, Louisiana, will host Knightscope’s 80th Robot Roadshow from May 9 to May 11. Guests can attend the show between 10AM and 2PM all three days.

The Robot Show has visited 24 states and has made 79 landings to date. The upcoming Jena Choctaw Pines Casino stop will mark the event’s 25th state and 80th landing. The event is open to investors, clients and media.

Knightscope said in an official statement: “The Robot Roadshow is an engaging experiential event used to grab attention fast, forge direct connections with potential clients, and strike up conversations about these exciting technologies in a compelling fashion.”

Next month’s roadshow will feature demonstrations conducted by Knightscope experts. The demos will allow guests to view how the technology functions in a climate-controlled, space-age pod. Those who attend will be able to engage with Autonomous Security Robots and will also see how the Knightscope Operations Center user interface functions.

Jena Choctaw Pines Casino is home to more than 700 games and poker tables within its 46,000 square feet of gaming space.

The casino is owned and operated by the Jena Band of Choctaw Indians, which were given Tribal sovereignty by the state of Louisiana in 1974 and became a federally recognized Tribe in 1995. The Tribe spent 15 years planning and constructing Jena Choctaw Pines Casino.

The destination first opened to the public in 2013.

The Jena Band of Choctaw Indians traces its heritage back to the first band of Choctaw on record in 1540 and more than 60 towns of Muskogean-speaking people who lived near the headwaters of the Pascagoula and Pearl Rivers.


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