NEW YORK, NEW YORK--(Marketwire - June 29, 2012) - Evader, Inc. (PINKSHEETS:EVDR) www.evadercorp.com following the completed merger announcement between Dr. Vibot and Evader the company is pleased to announce new "smart search" functionality for its robotics product lines.
Elliott Goldstein, CEO of Evader Inc stated "Now our indoor and outdoor robots can identify missing objects. Let's say for example that somebody came in with a briefcase and left it at the floor at an airport. robot can recognize it and can send alert to security personal at airport and move forward to missing object to identify it and sensor it. Alternatively, other uses such as customer service in a hospital for example our robot can remind the owner that they forgot their briefcase"
This is the next step for our robotics unit also known as a "smart search". For example in order to identify, and search for items per request and in a real time video robot view, as well as searching through a database of video that robot already saw during his life or a database of video viewed by another robots as well.
Dr. Vibot can meet and greet an individual in the hospital/ medical center (face recognition), fill out paperwork. It is estimated that this saves the medical facility (nurses time) at least 1/2 hour. In addition Dr. Vibot can take a patient's vitals, like temperature and pulse. Dr. Vibot basically works 24/7, takes no vacations or maternity leave and works for a minimum wage with no benefits required, just recharge the batteries every few hours" concluded Elliott Goldstein.
In other company news, the company acknowledges various inquiries from its followers regarding its share price and valuation. The company policy is not to comment on its share price or any fluctuations. Dr. Vibot primary focus is on the development and enhancements of the product lines. The service and security industry is taking notice and cost saving advantages of deploying Dr. Vibot. Cost saving reports on the company web site and as a filing on OTC Markets. Over the next several weeks the company will release progress reports. (sales anticipated use etc). The company is of the opinion that the use of Dr. Vibot is in its infancy early stage days, similar to the cellular smart phones of several years ago, and sees a big uptrend in its use and potential.
More details to follow on a timely basis including positive strides made by Visisys Group to join Evader as its operating subsidiary.
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