GBT’s Mobile Database Sharing Patent Published as a US and International (PCT) Application

SAN DIEGO, Dec. 10, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — GBT Technologies Inc. (OTC PINK: GTCH) (“GBT”, or the “Company”), a company specializing in the development of Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) enabled networking and tracking technologies, including its GopherInsight™ wireless mesh network technology platform and its Avant! AI, for both mobile and fixed solutions, announced GBT’s mobile database sharing, non-provisional patent application was published on November 28, 2019 as a US and international (PCT) application, publication No. 2019/0361991.

GBT filed for its mobile database patent on October 9, 2018. This patent application is targeted to work in conjunction with the Company’s Guardian Patch patent, which is a radio based, global tracking technology.

This patent application seeks to protect one of GBT’s most essential Intellectual Properties (IPs), which is a mobile digital/analog information management system. GBT’s IoT/Mobile devices communicate with each other via GBT’s gNET, its proprietary private, secured communication protocol. Using this protocol, devices may share/exchange vast amounts of data using innovative, proprietary techniques. The patent application seeks to protects advanced algorithms and methods for storing and sharing information database objects among IoT/Mobile devices. One of its most beneficial features is the fact that it creates another advanced security layer to protect the gNET network, eliminating possible malicious hacking. This method will work in conjunction with GBT’s existing Guardian Patch patent that protects global tracking device, enabling highest security for its radio and internet networks.

“GBT’s devices share information via radio and over the internet which require robust security and protection. We believe our database management system is a breakthrough solution enabling top notch security by processing the information according to advanced, proprietary methods” said Danny Rittman, GBT’s CTO. “Our database system is capable of handling vast amount of information over our network, which is essential for IoT/Mobile, real-time applications, among them autonomous machines, military/security applications and medical apparatus. The system supports media, textual and graphic/imaging information types and enable high performance, secured processing.

GBT is targeting this technology to be used within its future medical AI development and it will be integrated with GBT’s proprietary integrated circuit (IC) technology within IoT/mobile devices. The system is designed to enable data transfer/share within GBT’s devices, over radio and internet/intranet networks, worldwide. The data is communicated via GBT’s private, secured, encrypted protocol.

This US and international protection will enable us to develop top tier database sharing and management technology within all of our IoT/Mobile, tracking devices for civil and military applications. It is important to note that this database management system will be supervised by GBT’s Avant! AI artificial intelligence engine in order to maintain integrity, reliability and security. The patent application seeks to protect the system’s key methodologies, concepts and approaches.”