OMVS: Robotic Assistance Devices Receives Order For Two SCOT Units And 2 Wally Units
RENO, NV, July 19, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- On the Move Systems (OTCPK: OMVS) is pleased to announce that Robotic Assistance Devices (RAD), its wholly owned subsidiary, has received a paid order for two SCOT™ units and Two Wally units from one of its major dealers to be used for client demonstrations of the RAD Software Suite. The dealer indicated they want to deploy another 2 SCOTs and 2 Wallys to additional offices later in the year.
“Guarding company dealers are excited for how RAD is transforming their business and profitability and we expect continued careful expansion of our dealer network,” said Steve Reinharz, President and CEO of RAD. “Growing through the channel allows RAD rapid expansion at a low cost.”
SCOT™ and Wally allow guarding companies efficiently priced guarding options for their end users to use in conjunction with human guarding assets or in areas where human guards are either too expensive or it’s impractical to assign them. Easy to install and scale, RAD’s hardware solutions leverage the RAD Software Suite which provides innovative artificial intelligence-based technologies to enhance an organization’s situational awareness, communication and control.
SCOT™ and Wally give dealers and end users the ability to put enhanced guarding that is ideal for corporate campuses, parking structures, exterior areas, and lobbies and buildings; anywhere that guarding is needed - at a fraction of the cost.
Human & vehicle detection analytics with SuspectSpotter™
Standalone power options from RAD Power Systems
MAC Tracker™ capabilities through BOLO Technologies
Credential validation and access control
Options for Monitoring on Demand from various dealer partners
24/7 equipment monitoring from RAD through the Remote Monitoring Center
Long-range audio paging and close-range video intercom
SCOT™ units are deployed at client locations based on a rental program paid monthly and remain the property of the Company. Each SCOT™ can generate $60,000 of total revenue for the Company over a 4 year period.
The company may post important information about its subsidiary RAD on its website at www.Robotic AssistanceDevices.com and through tweets from RAD President and CEO Steve Reinharz (https://twitter.com/SteveReinharz