GBT Improvement of a distant radio system for international communication in distant telemedicine
SAN DIEGO, Feb. 4, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – GBT Technologies Inc. (OTC PINK: GTCH) (“GBT” or the “Company”) has commenced development of a long distance radio system based on global communications for long distance telemedicine Aims GBT believes that the system, when fully developed, can be used for a variety of applications in the military, scientific research, global maritime telemedicine, long distance walking communications, and the like.
GBT’s vision is to enable telemedicine services around the globe. Starting with its qTerm vitals device and moving towards a new infrastructure for technological health monitoring services, the company is now aiming to develop a radio system that enables health monitoring anywhere in the world. The long-range radio system is being developed based on GBT’s Patent No. 10,616,715, which is an ultra-long-range radio system for tracking technology. The new radio system is being developed to work with qTerm and the company’s future health-related technology to enable long-distance data and audio communications. Providing health services is challenging in remote locations around the world. The introduced system aims to enable telemedicine services where conventional communication is not available, e.g. B. remote mountains, jungles, ships and the like. In remote locations, immediate health vital signs and information may be required to be sent to a doctor far away for quick advice. It is the goal of the radio system to enable the sending of data and audio signals over thousands of kilometers in order to reach a doctor in a modern clinic. For example, a user can take their vital signs with the qTerm device in a village near the Amazon and send them for a quick medical exam in San Diego, California. The radio system aims at bidirectional data and audio communication for the first phase. The second phase is to include more bandwidth to support live video streaming. The company believes this type of technology can support global health in remote locations around the world and save lives by advising a doctor during health crises. The system will contain a MESH operation that will act as a relay for the transmission of data around the globe. The long range radio transmission data is private and secured, including an advanced error correction protocol to ensure a reliable and efficient communication channel. The system is also intended to provide the user’s location with or without GPS services. The company is targeting this system as a potential candidate for remote telemedicine, military rescue and health surveillance, maritime telemedicine, long-distance hiking, and similar health support in remote locations.
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“Imagine a mountain climber somewhere in the Himalayas who has encountered a health problem and needs immediate medical advice. Obviously there is no conventional communication in this location and even a satellite phone can at times maintain near continuous, delayed global coverage. With this system, the climber can use a qTerm device to take vital signs and send the results to a doctor in New York City in real time. Because the technology is bi-directional, doctors can seek advice on other steps to help with the health emergency Full audio communication with the doctor can be established through this channel, “said Danny Rittman, CTO of the company.
GBT Technologies, Inc. (OTC PINK: GTCH) (“GBT”) (http://gbtti.com) is a development company that is a native of the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Enabled considers mobile technology platforms to increase IC performance. GBT has put together a team with extensive technological expertise and is building an intellectual property portfolio made up of many patents. GBT’s mission is to license the technology and intellectual property to synergy partners in the hardware and software sectors. Once commercialized, GBT’s goal is to offer a range of products including smart microchips, AI, encryption, blockchain, IC design, mobile security applications, database management logs, and tracking and support cloud software (excluding GPS). GBT sees this system as the creation of a global mesh network using advanced nodes and powerful new generation IC technology. The core of the system will be the advanced microchip technology. Technology that can be installed on any mobile or fixed device worldwide. GBT’s vision is to create this system as a cost-effective, secure private mesh network between all activated devices. Provide collaborative processing, advanced management and sharing of mobile databases using these advanced mobile capabilities as an alternative to traditional carrier services.
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DR. Danny Rittman, CTO