Robotic Assistance Devices Large Opportunity on the Immediate Horizon


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Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions, Inc. has announced that a major dealer of AITX’s wholly owned subsidiary Robotic Assistance Devices (RAD) has received a greatly anticipated order for a 5-unit RAD solution. This integrated autonomous remote security and access solution will be deployed to a Fortune 500 end-user client with over 10 distribution centers and over 7,500 retail locations in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.“The order of five units spans three different RAD devices acting as a complete system and saving the facility hundreds of thousands of dollars versus legacy human-based solutions. If you’ve ever heard us talk about RADTown, well, this is what RADTown Logistics looks like.”

“This order holds particular significance as it is an endorsement of RAD’s vision of a fully integrated facility using its autonomous security solutions,” said Steve Reinharz, President and CEO of RAD. “The order of five units spans three different RAD devices acting as a complete system and saving the facility hundreds of thousands of dollars versus legacy human-based solutions. If you’ve ever heard us talk about RADTown, well, this is what RADTown Logistics looks like.”

Details of the agreement were not disclosed, but the company confirmed that it was told that contracts would be received by the end of this year. Implementation will be Q1 2021. Reinharz added, “This opportunity has been in play nearly a year and a half and went through exhaustive legal and other agency review. We’re delighted that the PO is expected to be in RAD’s hands by year end.”

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