Robotic Assistance Devices To Unveil New AI-Based Technology At ISC West 2018

 Robotic Assistance Devices, Inc. (RAD), a wholly-owned subsidiary of On the Move Systems, Inc. (OMVS: OTCPK), announced today it will introduce its newest artificially intelligent guarding solution, the Security Control and Observation Tower (SCOT™), at ISC West 2018 in Las Vegas. SCOT™ is ideal for any application where long-range human detection, automated and custom interaction, and a visible security presence are needed to expand an organization’s situational awareness while protecting people and assets from outside threats.

SCOT™ is a standalone, remote, portable, self-sufficient intelligence observation tower designed to expand an organization’s security reach instantly. The SCOT™ solution is ideal for perimeter surveillance for critical infrastructure, distribution and storage centers, data centers, high-value outdoor areas, homeowner’s associations and other restricted properties. SCOT™ is customizable and can be used anywhere a “stand-at-post” guarding position is in use, at any visitor/employee check-in location and at any kiosk location.

SCOT™ is equipped with artificial intelligence that powers human detection analytics, featuring the longest range detection at low false alarm rates. In addition, SCOT™ debuts the RAD Software Suite, which is a collection of integrated software applications hosted in Microsoft’s Azure Cloud services and allows immediate and mobile access to alerts and controls generated by SCOT™.

“Not only does SCOT™ allow flexibility for deployment, but it also results in an organization’s ability to scale as needed to fully address security challenges. Customers that need more control and protection of their facilities can deploy the SCOT™ solution at a fraction of the cost of other solutions,” said Steve Reinharz, President and CEO, RAD.  “SCOT™’s ability to be instantly deployed to a location makes it unique in the market, as many of today’s end users require solutions that offer immediate and long-term results without the debilitating cost or installation time of infrastructure investment.”

SCOT™’s use of artificial intelligence allows it to deliver guarding services at a fraction of the cost and is considerably more affordable than any human or automated solution on the market.

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