Innovative medical robot developed by Travelmate

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The worldwide recession and record unemployment that we’re facing can only be compared to the great depression.

These economic effects will have long lasting consequences beyond the current pandemic and will likely lead to a devaluation in the U.S. dollar. Most investors are aware of this and our priority is to find long term assets that will not lose their value.

The best thing to do is to invest in technology that will become commonplace in the near future. That means investing in the companies that have experience and patents in robotics as well as artificial intelligence. One example is a company with a patent for all robots that connect to smartphones. The patent that they hold by itself guarantees a safe investment. Furthermore, they’ve got experience in creating robots and are currently making a medical assistant robot.

Here’s what they’ve written about their robots, “Our company has already created and patented an autonomous robotic suitcase. Our patent covers all robots with a proprietary movement system that connects robots with smartphones. Our robots’ complex artificial intelligence system is included in our patent. We are implementing a robotic nurse assistant that will be used in hospitals, nursing homes, at home and in other settings where medical assistance is required.

This robot will become a staple in inpatient and outpatient care and is not just for COVID care. It can be tailored to each individual patient’s needs. Travelmate RNA, as an all purpose medical robot, has various diagnostic data that it takes from its patients and then uploads to a database. When a patient has similar data, our program can then use artificial intelligence via our proprietary algorithm, to find similar case studies. This can improve treatment outcomes.”

They’re currently accepting funding from qualified investors, so click here to learn more: https://www.fundable.com/travelmate

Now is the time to invest in the future and safeguard your assets.

Written by:Stanley Douglas