RENO, Nev.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions, Inc. (OTCPK:AITXD) (OTCPK:AITX) is pleased to announce that Robotic Assistance Devices (RAD), its wholly owned subsidiary, previously premiered its first prototype ROAMEO mobile security unit at one of its Fortune 100 partner’s annual first responder COVID-19 pandemic type series of exercises.
RAD participated in a simulation of how to handle a viral outbreak crisis such as the Coronavirus pandemic in a public place, in this case an airport. RAD’s ability to provide situational awareness, remote monitoring, autonomous and manual response was able to relieve humans from attending the crisis and either contributing to or contracting the infectious viral threat that the scenario was trying to protect against such as in the current Coronavirus environment.
“RAD’s artificial intelligence (AI) driven robotic solutions are perfectly suited to reduce human intervention in situations of a pandemic such as the existing COVID-19 viral outbreak crisis,” said Steve Reinharz President and CEO of RAD, “By having a greater number of RAD units deployed, an organization can reduce its number of security personnel thereby reducing the spread of a contagion and risk of infection or in a situation such as COVID-19, provide seamless security monitoring without the need of personnel.”
RAD’s demonstration included using its AI to alert if possible patients left the processing facility without authorization so as to reduce the risk of infection and viral spreading.
RAD has a sales pipeline of over 35 Fortune 500 companies and numerous other potential clients. RAD expects to continue to attract new clients as it converts its existing sales pipeline into paying customers. Each new Fortune 500 Customer has the potential of making numerous reorders over time.
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Robotic Assistance Devices (RAD) has created an artificial intelligence driven platform of hardware, software, cloudware and mobileware that empower organizations to save significant money while improving performance of critical business functions. RAD helps organizations streamline operations, increase ROI and strengthen resiliency. By bringing intelligent autonomy to high frequency business tasks in security and general operations, RAD supports existing staff to be more efficient and focused on core business objectives. RAD brings several innovations to the security and concierge market that are delivering valuable ROI as clients seek to reduce expense while improving performance. RAD’s solutions are broadly applicable to most industries and government departments. To learn more, visit www.roboticassistancedevices.com.