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GeckoSystems Signs Mobile Robot Joint Venture With Chinese Wheelchair Manufacturer
Date:11/29/2011

as we are for having consummated such an agreement with this new Chinese government sponsored company," concluded Spencer.

About Nanle Electric Wheelchair Co.:

http://www.geckosystems.com/partners/about_nanle.php

Non-Disclosure Agreement:

http://www.geckosystems.com/downloads/Nanle%20GSIC%20NDA%20Nov%2021%2011.pdf

Memorandum of Understanding:

http://www.geckosystems.com/downloads/Nanle%20GSIC%20MOU%20Nov%2021%2011.pdf

Joint Venture agreement is Company Confidential.

About GeckoSystems: 

GeckoSystems has been developing innovative robotic technology for over fourteen years. It is CEO Martin Spencer's dream to make people's lives better through robotic technology, with a focus on Mobile Service Robots (MSRs). The MSR market is just coming of age.

There are many subgroups of service robots, personal assistance robots, professional assistance robots, social assistance robots, healthcare robots and care giving robots. Many of the robotic platforms now on the market are classified as "software ready" but they do not have integrated software and mechanical systems. GeckoSystems has developed the CareBot hardware and software in tandem for a specific application, the CareBot elder care robot.

In just this last year the market for Mobile Service Robots has started to expand. GeckoSystems received a request from Imasen, Japan's oldest wheelchair maker, to migrate the CareBot's navigation system to their power wheelchair. As a result of this GeckoSystems created the "Collision Proof Wheelchair™". The company expects their "collision proof" wheelchair and an upgrade for existing wheelchairs will be the first pr
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