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GeckoSystems, ASI Collaborate to Develop Mobile Service Robots

GeckoSystems, a company that develops innovative mobile robots, has partnered with Applied Systems Intelligence (ASI), a provider of superior decision support software systems based on intelligent agents’ technology, to support their development and use with "Mobile Robot Solutions for Safety, Security and Service”.

GeckoSystems has collaborated with ASI to continue to support the development of mobile service robots (MSRs). GeckoSystems' can design SecurityBots by employing a suite of its own mobile robots for conducting weapon detection and surveillance operations. A full line of special purpose MSRs can be used as government surveillance and reconnaissance such as perimeter patrol.

Officials from GeckoSystems and ASI have announced that the initial stages of a collaborative agreement for research and development concerning security and military surveillance will be arrived at shortly.

The Company's "mobile robot solutions for safety, security and service" are appropriate for use in professional healthcare, commercial security and defense markets. Homeland Security also requires cost- effective mobile robots for safeguarding public venues from weapons.

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