Clients demand for better security encouraged AITS, introduced new features in security devices.
Mobile electronic services provider company Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions announced that its subsidiary Robotic Assistance Devices (RAD) has launched SCOT (Security Control and Observation Tower) version 2.0 autonomous stationary security guard device.
SCOT version 2.0 supports new and important features including structural redesign, improved user interface, improved battery and power options and other features detailed on the RAD’s website www.roboticassistancedevices.com.
According to high profile clients, the existing technology for security purpose is incapable of protecting random but possible threats. The discovered issues turned AITS to invest for improved version of security features into devices also helped the company to grow their sales cycle.
Steve Reinharz, RAD Founder and President during the interactive session said “We have received very good feedback from dealers and end users and we’re certain this will help accelerate the sales cycle. Many of the clients in the sales process are high profile locations and this redesign will add to their already incredible ambience.”
Present investment inviting successful future
Making the technology low cost structured and reoccurring growth revenue base, RAD confirmed its profit for 2019 is on track. By providing better security features helped AITS achieve good leads in new security devices sale.
Succeeded with positive response, RAD expects to introduce additional products deployments in the near future.