RAD-G announces solutions for emergency phone tower manufacturers

Sept. 12, 2023
RADPack empowers these existing towers with cutting-edge AI analytics capabilities, including human and vehicle detection, as well as firearm detection.

Detroit, Michigan, September 11, 2023 — Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions, Inc., along with its wholly owned subsidiary, Robotic Assistance Devices, Group (RAD-G) today announced that RADPack is now available to manufacturers of emergency phone towers (aka blue light towers) to explore the groundbreaking potential of RAD-G’s advanced technology.

By integrating RADPack into emergency phone towers, manufacturers can catapult them into the future of public safety infrastructure. RADPack empowers these existing towers with cutting-edge AI analytics capabilities, including human and vehicle detection, as well as firearm detection – innovations poised to revolutionize the very concept of emergency response systems.

“This is part of our inevitable evolution, backed by years of hardware and software development by RAD and RAD-G,” said Steve Reinharz, CEO of AITX. “RAD-G’s RADPack could possibly save blue light towers from extinction. Adopting RADPack into a blue light tower could significantly extend the product’s lifecycle by infusing it with advanced AI analytics, threat detection, autonomous response and more.”

The advantages of adopting RAD-G’s RADPack are many. Not only will it breathe new life into aging emergency phone towers, potentially extending their useful life by decades, but it will also open up unprecedented revenue and profit opportunities for manufacturers. Enhanced by AI-driven analytics, these towers become more than just emergency call stations; they evolve into intelligent, proactive safety hubs capable of rapid response and real-time threat detection.

As colleges, hospitals, and corporate campuses strive for safer environments, embracing RAD-G’s RADPack can position tower manufacturers at the forefront of innovation, meeting the evolving needs of a security-conscious world while delivering tangible returns on investment.

“While at GSX this week I have meetings with emergency tower manufacturers where I introduce them to RADPack. This opens up many new opportunities for us,” Reinharz concluded.

The award-winning RAD Light My Way from AITX’s primary subsidiary Robotic Assistance Devices, Inc. (RAD) is compatible with RADPack for emergency phone towers. This integrated mobile app and hardware solution empowers students and employees by placing the control of their safety firmly in their own hands. With RAD Light My Way, users gain instant access to emergency services, real-time threat detection, and the ability to summon assistance swiftly through nearby RADPack-enabled emergency phone towers.

This comprehensive safety ecosystem offers peace of mind to students and employees, ensuring they are not alone in their moments of vulnerability and that help is always just a touch away. Together, RAD Light My Way and RADPack redefine safety as a collaborative effort, creating a brighter, more secure future for all.

Robotic Assistance Devices Group (RAD-G) is a high-tech start-up that produces and delivers component-level artificial intelligence-based solutions that empower organizations to offer enhanced solutions based on proven technology, with a quick time-to-market. RAD-G has developed its advanced technology from the ground up including circuit board design, and base code development.