The robots' competitive price ensures a quick return on investment. From the time the robot fleet starts to operate, it starts to receive a substantial flow of money that can be channeled into reinvestment by buying new robots.
It is worthwhile to steadily grow the number of robots in a fleet, since implementing them at a guarded facility takes time. New facilities, and the numbers of robots on them, should be commissioned in a gradually increasing manner, as the patrol routes are worked out. This permits decreasing the financial risks during the initial stage, and starting a business with a limited amount of financing.
The lengthy operational lifetime guarantees that profit will be earned by using the robots over the course of several years. Distributors can take advantage of leasing programs after they buy several robots on their own.