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San Diego, CA, Oct. 09, 2018 — via NEWMEDIAWIRE — Gopher Protocol Inc. (OTCQB: GOPH) (“Gopher”), a company specializing in the creation of Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence enabled mobile technologies, including a global platform with both mobile and fixed solutions, provide synopsis of technology update, as followings:
Concluded an ALPHA Schematic for its MESH system Node component
Electrical schematics represent the most detailed category of electronic drawings. They depict every component in a circuit, the component’s technical information and how each component is wired into the circuit. Typically, this is the first stage before building an actual prototype for testing. Gopher is in process of developing its electronic circuit based on the drawings. The node is the mobile device that communicates with other nodes, passing along radio signals, in order to extend the range, which is a critical component of the MESH system under development. This unit most important task is to maintain coverage of areas. With the node design, Gopher focused on power consumption, performance, range, antenna, size and the capability to work with or without GPS signal synchronization. Gopher will design a Printed Circuit Board (PCB) and build a prototype for physical testing of the unit. After extensive testing, Gopher may improve the design further with the goal of creating a BETA version in order to finalize the device followed by field testing.
Completed Alpha prototype PCB of its MESH node, including FW (Firmware)
Gopher has successfully completed its Alpha Printed Circuit Board (PCB) prototype of its MESH system node, including its Firmware (FW). Gopher is now going to review the final PCB and test its overall functionality. The node hardware and FW will be tested for power management/consumption, internal operations, temperature control and more. The node prototype was constructed using Digi-Key/Mouser products. We started the firmware software development in order to achieve GPS signal lost mode. This is a significant functionality in order to maintain accurate and updated GEO location even when GPS signal is lost, for example inside tunnels or inside buildings] and next step is to test with the actual Alpha PCB. We also started the implementation of low power modes for sleep/wake system functionality.
“This is a major milestone,” provided Dr. Danny Rittman, Gopher’s Chief Technology Officer. “After a thorough review of the node’s PCB we will test it for major topics and overall behavior. We will evaluate its power consumption and management, temperature control and other significant key blocks. I compare this initial testing to a patient’s vitals check. After verifying the node’s overall functionality, it will be ready, in turn, to go to the overall system check. In addition, we started to implement one of the most important features of the system; the sleep/wake sub-systems. These features are crucial to ensure effective battery life and overall system performance. After this phase completion, we are starting with the gateway, following similar design stages.”
Guardian Patch International PCT patent to be Published in Europe
Gopher’s Guardian Patch application will be officially published in Europe on October 10, 2018. The notice of publication by the European Patent Office for the Patch patent application will be done under publication #: EP3384432. After October 10, 2018, viewers be able to download a copy of the publication at http://worldwide.espacenet.com by typing “EP3384432” into the “Publication No:” field under the “Advanced Search” tab. Gopher is now the sole owner of the intellectual property rights for Guardian Patch. On September 25, 2018, Gopher entered and closed a Joint Venture Interest Purchase Agreement with Guardian Patch, LLC (“Guardian”) pursuant to which Gopher purchased Guardian’s 50% interest in a joint venture (the “JV Interest”) previously entered between the parties in March 2016 covering the Guardian Patch, Puzpix and Epsilon. In consideration for the JV Interest, Gopher issued Guardian 12,500,000 shares of common stock.
The Guardian Patch is a communications device that is self adhesive and can be affixed to any object in order to track it anywhere on Earth. The Guardian Patch can track object’s movements, in real time, at any location in the world, indoors, outdoors and underground. The system can establish a location completely passively using its own radio technology. The Guardian Patch enables a whole new range of “real-life location analytics”. It could track exactly how many miles your object moved, cities/towns visited, velocity of travel, how long the object was at a specific location, altitude and temperature as well as the object’s current movement in real time. The system includes its own power source that is expected to last one year. The Guardian Patch was granted as a patent in the USA on July 10, 2018.
“The Guardian Patch is one of our most innovative system and we are working to protect it, worldwide. Currently, its US patent was granted on July 10 and we will receive our Europe coverage on October 10, 2018. Parts of the Guardian Patch’s technology were already implemented within our Guardian ORB system and now in the works within our MESH system. The Guardian Patch technology is targeted for civil use as well as for military/security applications. In addition, we intend to target this technology for the medicine field in conjunction with our Artificial Intelligence system for what we expect to enable broad range of innovations in the field,” stated Dr. Danny Rittman, Gopher’s Chief Technology Officer.
Gopher Preparing to file a Patent in the Deep Nanometer range, 3D Microchip Arena
Gopher has commenced working on an advanced patent in the deep nanometer range, 3D microchip field. The microchip is targeted for GopherInsight™ chipset and for its future, derivatives integrated circuits. The technology is based on new concept microchip’s die orientation and the design will be focused on deep nanometer range, 10 nanometers and below.
“We have been working on this patent for the past year,” said Dr. Rittman. “It is expected to protect a new approach within the integrated circuits arena and targeted for advanced, FinFet nodes. It is our goal for this new microchip design and manufacturing method to open new horizons for growing arsenal of technologies and wafer-fab manufacturing disciplines as mainstream complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) processes reach their theoretical, practical and economic limits. Using our new concept, which is under development, it is our goal to illustrate that integrated circuit (IC) designers and manufacturers will be able to achieve feature-size reductions, new geometrical transistor structures, higher performance and significantly lower power consumption. Our patent will touch three-dimensional integration of ICs, advanced packaging and holistic system-driven design approaches,” Dr. Rittman continued. “For five decades, the industry has enjoyed exponential improvements in the productivity and performance of integrated circuit technology. While the industry has continued to address design and manufacturing challenges, the barriers are getting crucial and a new approach is needed,” Dr. Rittman concluded.
About Gopher Protocol Inc.
Gopher Protocol Inc. (OTCQB: GOPH) (“Gopher”) (http://gopherprotocol.com/) is a development-stage company which consider itself Native IoT creator, developing Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence enabled mobile technology. Gopher has a portfolio of Intellectual Property that when commercialized will include smart microchips, mobile application software and supporting cloud software. The system contemplates the creation of a global network. The core of the system will be its advanced microchip technology that can be installed in any mobile device worldwide. Gopher envisions this system as an internal, private network between all enabled mobile devices providing shared processing, advanced mobile database management/sharing and enhanced mobile features.
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