Gopher Protocol Inc OTCMKTS: GOPH is a development-stage company which considers itself a native IoT creator, developing Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) enabled mobile technology platforms. Gopher has a portfolio of Intellectual Property that, when commercialized, will include smart microchips, mobile and security applications and protocols, and supporting cloud software. Gopher’s system envisions the creation of a global mesh network. The core of the system will be its advanced microchip technology that can be installed in any mobile or fixed device worldwide. Gopher envisions this system as a low-cost, secure, private mesh network between any enabled devices, providing shared processing, advanced mobile database management/sharing and enhanced mobile features as an alternative to traditional carrier services.
Gopher Protocol Inc OTCMKTS: GOPH On May 14, 2019 announce that it has signed an OEM Licensing Agreement with Shadalane, a leading US-based AKC kennel who is currently launching its own private-label accessories and will add Gopher’s wireless mesh networking technology to its product line. The final solutions are envisioned as private-labeled devices attachable to pet collars, leashes and garments.
The agreement is for three years and covers North America. Shadalane will eventually be responsible for the production of the Gopher technology-based devices.
“We are very happy to announce this, hopefully the first of many OEM agreements licensing our patented and patent-pending technology to partners who are experts in specific markets,” stated Doug Davis, Gopher’s Chief Executive Officer. “We see our partner Shadalane as an award-winning kennel who attends shows and other events at the highest levels of the pet market. We are happy to help them start their sales campaign not only through their busy event schedule, but as a series of private-label devices and accessories available online through multiple channels.”
Gopher Protocol Inc OTCMKTS: GOPH On May 17, 2019 announce that it has filed this week for international patent protection (PCT) for its database sharing and management patent.
This technology is targeted to work within Gopher’s private, secured communication protocol, enabling vast database handling and management between Gopher’s devices. This patent is protecting one of Gopher’s essential IP components which is targeted to work also within its Avant! AI engine. Using Gopher’s proprietary gNET protocol, devices are sharing/exchanging vast amount of data in a proprietary method. This proprietary database management system also adds a significant layer of cyber security to Gopher’s network, eliminating possible hacking into the network. This method will be working in conjunction with Gopher’s granted Patch patent.
The Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) is an international patent law treaty that provides a unified procedure for filing patent applications to protect invention in each of its contracting states. A patent application filed under the PCT is called an international application, or PCT application.
“We are seeking international patent protection for our advanced database management invention,” stated Dr. Danny Rittman, Gopher’s CTO. “By filing an international patent application under the PCT, we simultaneously seek protection for our database invention in a very large number of countries. This is one of Gopher’s important intellectual properties as it defines a method and system for huge database handling and sharing in real time. This method is going to be the base of our systems through our private, secured communication protocol, gNET. Gopher’s devices and applications are exchanging data via this database system which enables high security and protecting for our network. This is our core IP for real-time applications like autonomous driving, military/security, robotics and derived IoT applications. The system manages database of all types including media, text, graphical, and securing the information within few encryption layers against malicious activities, enabling reliable, safe and private operation. The system works with our proprietary integrated circuit (IC) technology within mobile devices and is AI supervised. Gopher intends to integrate its database sharing and management technology within all of its tracking and GEO devices for civil and military/security applications. Now, we are seeking to protect our patent’s methodologies, concepts and approaches, worldwide.”