Danny Rittman, CTO of GBT Technologies Inc. (OTC PINK:GTCH), recently spoke to Investorideas.com about the company’s intelligent, wireless, motion detection patented technology, codenamed “Apollo.”
“We actually consider Apollo to be one of our major IPs,” Rittman said. “The main idea of the Apollo is its capability of sending electromagnetic waves (i.e. radio waves) through the air, receiving reflections from objects and living entities, and basically analyzing this information to construct 2D or 3D images.”
The Apollo system leverages AI algorithms to control and analyze the radio wave transmissions to render these images. Rittman explained the technology’s potential applicability in autonomous vehicles.
“It can be used, for example, in autonomous vehicles, wherein it can transmit forward or around the vehicle and identify and map all objects and living entities so that an AI can understand what’s going on around the vehicle,” Rittman said. “And because it does this with radio waves, the response time is almost real time, so it’s very fast and efficient.”