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GeckoSystems Hosting "Mobile Robots in Motion" Conference
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CONYERS, GA--(Marketwire - 02/10/10) - GeckoSystems Intl. Corp. (Pinksheets:GCKO - News) (http://www.geckosystems.com/) announced today that they are hosting their Spring "Mobile Robots in Motion" conference March 24-25, 2010. GeckoSystems is a dynamic leader in the emerging mobile robotics industry revolutionizing their development and usage with "Mobile Robot Solutions for Safety, Security and Service™."

"Since we began our world's first in home evaluation trials for eldercare capable personal robots late last fall, we have received many inquiries as to 'how are they going?' Very well and better than expected in some significant ways, so all of us here at GeckoSystems are excited about this upcoming "Mobile Robots in Motion" stakeholder conference to publicly demonstrate our state of the art mobile robots, their technologies and our first product, a personal companion robot, the CareBot™."

"We will be having this conference in our new (since Jan. 1 this year) 4,000 square feet R&D and manufacturing facility in the Honey Creek area of Rockdale County, just south of Conyers, GA. We believe our attendees' planned presence is due to not only our flagship product, our proprietary automatic self-navigation software, GeckoNav™, but also the reality that we have a complete multitasking personal companion robot, the CareBot™, with verbal interaction and 'command and control' capabilities arising from GeckoChat™, and the ability to routinely follow a designated family member with GeckoTrak™ that has been in limited evaluation trials for over two months now."

"We have invited many of our stakeholders for this invitation only event. We expect representation from firms such as PerkinElmer, Texas Instruments, Dell, Acer, Bosch, GRT Electronics, Honeywell, AMD, Oriental Motors, Sparton Medical, Coroware, Lumenvox, Symphony, SIASUN, Skilligent, Computer Science Corp., Enersys, Omron, Intelligent Motion Systems, DigiKey, ABI Research, Frost & Sullivan, Strategy Analytics, Motorola, Bayer Materials, IEE Sensing, Omron-STI, Axis Group, Hewlett Packard, and Market Pulse," observed Martin Spencer, President/CEO, GeckoSystems.

Discussions and live demonstrations of many, if not most, GeckoSystems' mobile robot solutions such as GeckoNav™, GeckoChat™, GeckoTrak™, GeckoScheduler™, GeckoZap™, GeckoOrient™, GeckoSPIO™, GeckoMotorController™, the CompoundedSensorArray™, etc. will be presented during this two day conference. This conference with its live demonstrations will enable many industry observers and investors to witness and determine for themselves the proximity to market and consumer acceptance GeckoSystems' first product, the CareBot, will enjoy. Additionally, they will be better able to evaluate the probability of income streams from technology licensing and applicability in other markets besides the consumer, such as commercial security, commercial cleaning, public safety, professional healthcare, government systems, agriculture, and education.

Like an automobile, mobile robots are made from steel, aluminum, plastic, and electronics, but with ten to twenty times the amount of software running. The CareBot has an aluminum frame, plastic shroud, two independently driven wheels, multiple sensor systems, microprocessors and several onboard computers connected in a local area network (LAN). The microprocessors directly interact with the sensor systems and transmit data to the onboard computers. The onboard computers each run independent, highly specialized cooperative/subsumptive artificial intelligence (AI) software programs, GeckoSavants™, which interact to complete tasks in a timely, intelligent and common sense manner. GeckoNav, GeckoChat and GeckoTrak are primary GeckoSavants. GeckoNav is responsible for maneuvering, avoiding dynamic and/or static obstacles, seeking waypoints and patrolling. GeckoChat is responsible for interaction with the care-receiver such as answering questions, assisting with daily routines and reminders, and responding to other verbal commands. GeckoTrak, which is mostly transparent to the user, enables the CareBot to maintain proximity to the care-receiver using sensor fusion. The CareBot is an Internet appliance that is accessible for remote video/audio monitoring and telepresence.

"One of the many reasons we had our conference last fall, and perhaps several this year, is that 'the proof of the pudding is in the eating.' In other words, very few people have ever seen a personal companion robot in action and consequently do not understand how difficult our many inventions are to achieve. However, live demonstrations give our suite of enabling, proprietary technologies credence and value. We have several large markets before us due to our 'first mover' advantage in them. We are hopeful that some of the firms with which we are having licensing discussions regarding usage of some of our technologies will also be in attendance," concluded Spencer.

Journalists are encouraged to contact Mr. Spencer regarding the progress of GeckoSystems' in home evaluation trials and potential attendance at their upcoming invitation only "Mobile Robots in Motion" conference. Journalists and other interested parties may submit their request for an invitation at their website or call 678-413-9236.

About GeckoSystems International Corporation:

Since 1997, GeckoSystems has developed a comprehensive, coherent, and sufficient suite of hardware and software inventions to enable a new type of home appliance (a personal companion robot) the CareBot™, to be created for the mass consumer marketplace. The suite of primary inventions includes: GeckoNav™, GeckoChat™ and GeckoTrak™.

The primary market for this product is the family for use in eldercare, care for the chronically ill, and childcare. The primary distribution channel for this new home appliance is the thousands of independent personal computer retailers in the U.S. The manufacturing infrastructure for this new product category of mobile service robots is essentially the same as the personal computer industry. Several outside contract manufacturers have been identified and qualified their ability to produce up to 1,000 CareBots per month within four to six months.

The Company is market driven. At the time of founding, nearly 12 years ago, the Company did extensive primary market research to determine the demographic profile of the early adopters of the then proposed product line. Subsequent to, and based on that original market research, they have assembled numerous focus groups to evaluate the fit of the CareBot personal robot into the participants' lives and their expected usage. The Company has also frequently employed the Delphi market research methodology by contacting and interviewing senior executives, practitioners, and researchers knowledgeable in the area of elder care. Using this factual basis of internally performed primary and secondary market research, and third party research is the statistical substance for the Company's sales forecasts.

Not surprisingly the scientific statistical analyses applied revealed that elderly over sixty-five living alone in metropolitan areas with broadband Internet available and sufficient household incomes to support the increased costs were identified as those most likely to adopt initially. Due to the high cost of assisted living, nursing homes, etc. the payback for a CareBot™ is expected to be only six to eight months while keeping elderly care receivers independent, in their own long time homes, and living longer due to the comfort and safety of more frequent attention from their loved ones.

Using U.S. Census Bureau data and various predictive statistical analyses, the Company projects the available consumer market size in dollars for cost effective, utilitarian, multitasking eldercare personal robots in 2010 to be $74.0B, in 2011 to be $77B, in 2012 to be $80B, in 2013 to be $83.3B, and in 2014 to be $86.6B. With market penetrations of 0.03% in 2010, 0.06% in 2011, 0.22% in 2012, 0.53% in 2013, and 0.81% in 2014, we will anticipate CareBot sales, from this consumer market segment, only, of $22.0M, $44.0M, $176M, $440.2M, and $704.3M, respectively. The Company expects these sales despite -- and perhaps because of -- the present recession due to pent up demand for significant cost reduction in eldercare expenses.

The foregoing forecasts do not include sales in non-metropolitan areas; elderly couples over 65 (only elderly living alone are in these forecasts); those chronically ill -- regardless of age -- or elderly living with their adult children.

The Company's "Mobile Robot Solutions for Safety, Security and Service™" are appropriate not only for the consumer, but also professional healthcare, commercial security and defense markets. Professional healthcare requires cost effective, timely errand running, portable telemedicine, etc. Homeland Security requires cost effective mobile robots to patrol and monitor public venues for weapons and WMD detection. Military users desire the elimination of the "man in the loop" to enable unmanned ground and air vehicles to not require constant human control and/or intervention.

The Company's business model is very much like that of an automobile manufacturer. Due to the final assembly, test, and shipping being done based on geographic and logistic realities, strategic business-to-business relationships can range from private labeling to joint manufacturing and distribution to licensing only.

Several dozen patent opportunities exist for the Company due to the many innovative and cost effective breakthroughs embodied not only in GeckoNav, GeckoChat, and GeckoTrak, but also in additional, secondary systems that include: GeckoOrient™, GeckoMotorController™, the GeckoTactileShroud™, the CompoundedSensorArray™, and the GeckoSPIO™.

The present senior management at GeckoSystems has over thirty-five years experience in consumer electronics sales and marketing and product development. Senior managers have been identified for the areas of manufacturing, marketing, sales, and finance.

While GeckoSystems has been in the Development Stage, the Company has accumulated losses to date in excess of six million dollars. In contrast, the Japanese government has spent one hundred million dollars in grants (to Sanyo, Toshiba, Hitachi, Fujitsu, NEC, etc.) over the same time period to develop personal robots for their eldercare crisis, yet no viable solutions have been developed.

By the end of this year, the Company plans to complete productization of its CareBot offering with the introduction of its fourth generation personal robot, the CareBot 4.0 MSR. The Company expects to be the first personal robot developer and manufacturer in the world to begin in-home eldercare evaluation trials.

What Does a CareBot Do for the Care Giver?

The short answer is that it decreases the difficulty and stress for the caregiver that needs to watch over Grandma, Mom, or other family members most, if not much, of the time day in and day out due to concerns about their well being, safety, and security.

But, first let's look at some other labor saving, automatic home appliances most of us use routinely. For example, needing to do two or more necessary chores and/or activities at the same time, like laundering clothes and preparing supper.

The automatic washing machine needs no human intervention after the dirty clothes are placed in the washer, the laundry powder poured in, and the desired wash cycle set. Then, this labor saving appliance runs automatically until the washed clothes are ready to be placed in another labor saving home appliance, the automatic clothes dryer. While the clothes are being washed and/or dried, the caregiver prepares supper using several time saving home appliances like the microwave oven, "crock" pot, blender, and conventional stove, with possible convection oven capabilities.

After supper, the dirty pots, pans, and dishes are placed in the automatic dishwasher to be washed and dried while the family retires to the den to watch TV, and/or the kids to do homework. Later, perhaps after the kids have gone to bed, the caregiver may then have the time to fold, sort, and put up the now freshly laundered clothes.

So what does a CareBot do for the caregiver? It is a new type of labor saving, time management automatic home appliance.

For example, the care giver frequently feels time stress when they need to go shopping for 2 or 3 hours, and are uncomfortable when they have to be away for more than an hour or so. Time stress is much worse for the caregiver with a frail elderly parent that must be reminded to take medications at certain times of the day. How can the caregiver be away for 3-4 hours when Grandma must take her prescribed medication every 2 or 3 hours? If the caregiver is trapped in traffic for an hour or two beyond the 2 or 3 they expected to be gone, this "time stress" can be very difficult for the caregiver to moderate.

Not infrequently, the primary caregiver has a 24 hour, 7 days a week responsibility. After weeks and weeks of this sometimes tedious, if not onerous routine, how does the caregiver get a "day off?" To bring in an outsider is expensive (easily $75-125 per day for just 8 hours) and there is the concern that medication will be missed or the care receiver have an accident requiring immediate assistance by the caregiver, or someone they must designate. And the care receiver may be very resistant to a "stranger" coming in to her home and "running things."

So what is it worth for a care receiver to have an automatic system to help take care of Grandma? Just 3 or 4 days a month "off" on a daylong shopping trip, a visit with friends, or just take in a movie would cost $225-500 per month. And that scenario assumes that Grandma is willing to be taken care of by a "stranger" during those needed and appropriate days off.

So perhaps, an automatic caregiver, a CareBot, might be pretty handy, and potentially very cost effective from the primary caregiver's perspective.

What Does a CareBot Do for the Care Receiver?

It's a new kind of companion that always stays close to them enabling family and friends to care for them from afar. It tells them jokes, retells family anecdotes, reminds them to take medication, reminds them that family is coming over soon (or not at all), recites Bible verses, plays favorite songs and/or other music. It alerts them when unexpected visitors, or intruders are present. It notifies designated caregivers when a potentially harmful event has occurred, such as a fall, fire in the home, or simply have not been found by the CareBot for too long. It responds to calls for help and notifies those that the caregiver determined should be immediately notified when any predetermined adverse event occurs.

The family can customize the personality of the CareBot. The voice's cadence can be fast or slow. The intonation can be breathy, or abrupt. The voice's volume can range from very loud to very soft. The response phrases from the CareBot for recognized words and phrases can be colloquial and/or unique to the family's own heritage. The personality can range from brassy to timid depending on how the care giver, and others appropriate, chooses it to be.

Generally, the care receiver is pleased at the prospect of family being able to drop in for a "virtual visit" using the onboard webcam and video monitor for at home "video conferencing." The care receiver may feel much more needed and appreciated when their far flung family and friends can "look in" on them anywhere in the world where they can get broadband Internet access and simply chat for a bit.

Why is Grandma really interested in a CareBot? She wants to stay in her home, or her family's home, as long as she possibly can. What's that worth? Priceless. Or, an average nursing home is $5,000 per month for an environment that is too often the beginning of a spiral downward in the care receiver's health. That's probably $2-3K more per month for them to be placed where they really don't want to be. Financial payback on a CareBot? Less than a year -- Emotional payback for the family to have this new automatic care giver? Nearly instantaneous.

Safe Harbor:

Statements regarding financial matters in this press release other than historical facts are "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and as that term is defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. The Company intends that such statements about the Company's future expectations, including future revenues and earnings, technology efficacy and all other forward-looking statements be subject to the Safe Harbors created thereby. The Company is a development stage firm that continues to be dependent upon outside capital to sustain its existence. Since these statements (future operational results and sales) involve risks and uncertainties and are subject to change at any time, the Company's actual results may differ materially from expected results.
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18.02.10 13:51:36
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GeckoSystems Develops New GeckoScheduler(TM) for Elder Care Robot Trials
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CONYERS, GA--(Marketwire - 02/18/10) - GeckoSystems Intl. Corp. (Pinksheets:GCKO - News) (http://www.geckosystems.com/) announced today that they have recently developed GeckoScheduler 2.0 as they continue to better understand the benefit of personal care robots, such as their CareBot™, to the family in their ongoing in home evaluation trials. GeckoSystems is a dynamic leader in the emerging Mobile Service Robot industry revolutionizing their development and usage with "Mobile Robot Solutions for Safety, Security, and Service™."

"We are learning that valued family behaviors can be readily expressed to the care receiver using a CareBot due to the robustness of its functionality. Here, primarily GeckoChat™ and GeckoScheduler™ are utilized. Our caregivers have been telling us that the earlier version of GeckoScheduler was cumbersome and required repeated entries for the same reoccurring reminders. Hence our recent rewrite of this important GeckoSavant™," commented Martin Spencer, President/CEO, GeckoSystems.

"This new version was developed in response to caregivers in our present elder care robot trials. I am pleased to have GeckoScheduler separated from GeckoChat and accessible to every GeckoSavant. Now it is a stand alone AI engine and usable for more than just time and date scheduling of verbal reminders due to its increased flexibility," observed Mark Peele, Vice President, R&D, GeckoSystems.

GeckoScheduler 2.0 enables the caregiver to program the CareBot to remind her mother of her grandchildren's birthday wishes many times a day so even though she may forget, she gets "reminded" of their best wishes. The new GeckoScheduler eliminates putting in more than one instance of the phrase, paragraph, or anecdote for the same reoccurring reminder. Now only one entry is needed with multiple announcements per hour or day.

"We have recently learned that important, valued family behaviors and anecdotes can now be aggregated by members of the family and/or friends to further personalize the CareBot's interaction with the care receiver. Hence our coining of the more appropriate term, 'personal family robot,' as compared to simply 'personal robot.' Our new GeckoScheduler makes this aggregation of valued family behaviors as told in anecdotes, quicker and easier to accomplish," summarized Spencer.

GeckoSavant is the generic name GeckoSystems uses to denote its advanced artificial intelligence (AI) software engines. Historically AI expert systems are simply forward- or backward-chaining using if/then/else logic. Savant means "one with specialized knowledge." GeckoSavants not only use traditional expert systems technologies, but also subsumption and sensor fusion. Further GeckoSavants range on a continuum from skill centric to knowledge centric.

Like an automobile, mobile robots are made from steel, aluminum, plastic, and electronics, but with ten to twenty times the amount of software running. The CareBot has an aluminum frame, plastic shroud, two independently driven wheels, multiple sensor systems, microprocessors and several onboard computers connected in a local area network (LAN). The microprocessors directly interact with the sensor systems and transmit data to the onboard computers. The onboard computers each run independent, highly specialized cooperative/subsumptive AI software programs, GeckoSavants, which interact to complete tasks in a timely, intelligent and common sense manner. GeckoNav™, GeckoChat™ and GeckoTrak™ are primary GeckoSavants. GeckoNav is responsible for all fully autonomous maneuvering, such as avoiding dynamic and/or static obstacles, running errands and patrolling. GeckoChat is responsible for interaction with the care receiver such as answering questions, assisting with daily routines and reminders, and responding to other verbal commands. GeckoTrak, which is mostly transparent to the user, enables the CareBot to maintain proximity to the care receiver using sensor fusion. The CareBot is an internet appliance that is accessible for remote video/audio monitoring and telepresence.

About GeckoSystems International Corporation:

Since 1997, GeckoSystems has developed a comprehensive, coherent, and sufficient suite of hardware and software inventions to enable a new type of home appliance (a personal robot), the CareBot™, to be created for the mass consumer marketplace. The suite of primary inventions includes: GeckoNav™, GeckoChat™ and GeckoTrak™.

The primary market for this product is the family for use in elder care, care for the chronically ill, and childcare. The primary distribution channel for this new home appliance is the thousands of independent personal computer retailers in the U.S. The manufacturing infrastructure for this new product category of mobile service robots is essentially the same as the personal computer industry. Several outside contract manufacturers have been identified and qualified their ability to produce up to 1,000 CareBots per month within four to six months.

The Company is market driven. At the time of founding, over twelve years ago, the Company did extensive primary market research to determine the demographic profile of the early adopters of the then proposed product line. Subsequent to and based on that original market research, they have assembled numerous focus groups to evaluate the fit of the CareBot personal robot into the participants' lives and their expected usage. The Company has also frequently employed the Delphi market research methodology by contacting and interviewing senior executives, practitioners, and researchers knowledgeable in the area of elder care. Using this factual basis of internally performed primary and secondary market research, and third party research, is the statistical substance for the Company's sales forecasts.

Not surprisingly the scientific statistical analyses applied revealed that elderly over sixty-five living alone in metropolitan areas with broadband Internet available and sufficient household incomes to support the increased costs were identified as those most likely to adopt initially. Due to the high cost of assisted living, nursing homes, etc. the payback for a CareBot™ is expected to be only six to eight months while keeping elderly care receivers independent, in their own long time homes, and living longer due to the comfort and safety of more frequent attention from their loved ones.

Using U.S. Census Bureau data and various predictive statistical analyses, the Company projects the available consumer market size in dollars for cost effective, utilitarian, multitasking eldercare personal robots in 2010 to be $74.0B, in 2011 to be $77B, in 2012 to be $80B, in 2013 to be $83.3B, and in 2014 to be $86.6B. With market penetrations of 0.03% in 2010, 0.06% in 2011, 0.22% in 2012, 0.53% in 2013, and 0.81% in 2014, we will anticipate CareBot sales, from this consumer market segment only, of $22.0M, $44.0M, $176M, $440.2M, and $704.3M, respectively. The Company expects these sales despite -- and perhaps because of -- the present recession due to pent up demand for significant cost reduction in elder care expenses.

The foregoing forecasts do not include sales in non-metropolitan areas; elderly couples over 65 (only elderly living alone are in these forecasts); those chronically ill -- regardless of age -- or elderly living with their adult children.

The Company's "mobile robot solutions for safety, security and service™" are appropriate not only for the consumer, but also professional healthcare, commercial security and defense markets. Professional healthcare requires cost effective, timely errand running, portable telemedicine, etc. Homeland Security requires cost effective mobile robots to patrol and monitor public venues for weapons and WMD detection. Military users desire the elimination of the "man in the loop" to enable unmanned ground and air vehicles to not require constant human control and/or intervention.

The Company's business model is very much like that of an automobile manufacturer. Due to the final assembly, test, and shipping being done based on geographic and logistic realities, strategic business-to-business relationships can range from private labeling to joint manufacturing and distribution to licensing only.

Several dozen patent opportunities exist for the Company due to the many innovative and cost effective breakthroughs embodied not only in GeckoNav, GeckoChat, and GeckoTrak, but also in additional, secondary systems that include: GeckoOrient™, GeckoMotorController™, the GeckoTactileShroud™, the CompoundedSensorArray™, and the GeckoSPIO™.

The present senior management at GeckoSystems has over thirty-five years experience in consumer electronics sales and marketing and product development. Senior managers have been identified for the areas of manufacturing, marketing, sales, and finance.

While GeckoSystems has been in the Development Stage, the Company has accumulated losses to date in excess of six million dollars. In contrast, the Japanese government has spent one hundred million dollars in grants (to Sanyo, Toshiba, Hitachi, Fujitsu, NEC, etc.) over the same time period to develop personal robots for their elder care crisis, yet no viable solutions have been developed.

GeckoSystems is the first mobile robot developer in the world to begin actual in-home elder care evaluation trials.

What Does a CareBot Do for the Care Giver?

The short answer is that it decreases the difficulty and stress for the caregiver that needs to watch over Grandma, Mom, or other family members most, if not much, of the time day in and day out due to concerns about their well being, safety, and security.

But, first let's look at some other labor saving, automatic home appliances most of us use routinely. For example, needing to do two or more necessary chores and/or activities at the same time, like laundering clothes and preparing supper.

The automatic washing machine needs no human intervention after the dirty clothes are placed in the washer, the laundry powder poured in, and the desired wash cycle set. Then, this labor saving appliance runs automatically until the washed clothes are ready to be placed in another labor saving home appliance, the automatic clothes dryer. While the clothes are being washed and/or dried, the caregiver prepares supper using several time saving home appliances like the microwave oven, "crock" pot, blender, and conventional stove, with possible convection oven capabilities.

After supper, the dirty pots, pans, and dishes are placed in the automatic dishwasher to be washed and dried while the family retires to the den to watch TV, and/or the kids to do homework. Later, perhaps after the kids have gone to bed, the caregiver may then have the time to fold, sort, and put up the now freshly laundered clothes.

So what does a CareBot do for the caregiver? It is a new type of labor saving, time management automatic home appliance.

For example, the caregiver frequently feels time stress when they need to go shopping for 2 or 3 hours, and are uncomfortable when they have to be away for more than an hour or so. Time stress is much worse for the caregiver with a frail elderly parent that must be reminded to take medications at certain times of the day. How can the caregiver be away for 3-4 hours when Grandma must take her prescribed medication every 2 or 3 hours? If the caregiver is trapped in traffic for an hour or two beyond the 2 or 3 they expected to be gone, this "time stress" can be very difficult for the caregiver to moderate. Not infrequently, the primary caregiver has a 24 hour, 7 days a week responsibility. After weeks and weeks of this sometimes tedious, if not onerous routine, how does the caregiver get a "day off?" To bring in an outsider is expensive (easily $75-125 per day for just 8 hours) and there is the concern that medication will be missed or the care receiver have an accident requiring immediate assistance by the caregiver, or someone they must designate. And the care receiver may be very resistant to a "stranger" coming in to her home and "running things."

So what is it worth for a care receiver to have an automatic system to help take care of Grandma? Just 3 or 4 days a month "off" on a daylong shopping trip, a visit with friends, or just take in a movie would cost $225-500 per month. And that scenario assumes that Grandma is willing to be taken care of by a "stranger" during those needed and appropriate days off.

So perhaps, an automatic caregiver, a CareBot, might be pretty handy, and potentially very cost effective from the primary caregiver's perspective.

What Does a CareBot Do for the Care Receiver?

It's a new kind of companion that always stays close to them enabling family and friends to care for them from afar. It tells them jokes, retells family anecdotes, reminds them to take medication, reminds them that family is coming over soon (or not at all), recites Bible verses, plays favorite songs and/or other music. It alerts them when unexpected visitors or intruders are present. It notifies designated caregivers when a potentially harmful event has occurred, such as a fall, fire in the home, or simply been not found by the CareBot for too long. It responds to calls for help and notifies those that the caregiver determined should be immediately notified when any predetermined adverse event occurs.

The family can customize the personality of the CareBot. The voice's cadence can be fast or slow. The intonation can be breathy, or abrupt. The voice's volume can range from very loud to very soft. The response phrases from the CareBot for recognized words and phrases can be colloquial and/or unique to the family's own heritage. The personality can range from brassy to timid depending on how the caregiver, and others appropriate, chooses it to be.

Generally, the care receiver is pleased at the prospect of family being able to drop in for a "virtual visit" using the onboard webcam and video monitor for at home "video conferencing." The care receiver may feel much more needed and appreciated when their far flung family and friends can "look in" on them anywhere in the world where they can get broadband internet access and simply chat for a bit.

Why is Grandma really interested in a CareBot? She wants to stay in her home, or her family's home, as long as she possibly can. What's that worth? Priceless. Or, an average nursing home is $5,000 per month for an environment that is too often the beginning of a downward spiral in the care receiver's health. That's probably $2-3K more per month for them to be placed where they really don't want to be. Financial payback on a CareBot? Less than a year -- Emotional payback for the family to have this new automatic care giver? Nearly instantaneous --

Safe Harbor:

Statements regarding financial matters in this press release other than historical facts are "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and as that term is defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. The Company intends that such statements about the Company's future expectations, including future revenues and earnings, technology efficacy and all other forward-looking statements be subject to the Safe Harbors created thereby. The Company is a development stage firm that continues to be dependent upon outside capital to sustain its existence. Since these statements (future operational results and sales) involve risks and uncertainties and are subject to change at any time, the Company's actual results may differ materially from expected results.
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24.02.10 14:29:06
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GeckoSystems Responds to Heightened Japanese Interest in Mobile Robots
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CONYERS, GA--(Marketwire - 02/24/10) - GeckoSystems Intl. Corp. (Pinksheets:GCKO - News) ( http://www.geckosystems.com) announced today that they have been solicited by a representative of the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) as to GeckoSystems' interest in partnering with Japanese firms. GeckoSystems is a dynamic leader in the emerging mobile robotics industry revolutionizing their development and usage with "Mobile Robot Solutions for Safety, Security and Service�."

Due to this solicitation from JETRO, GeckoSystems' management requested that their U.S. based Japanese representative prepare a formal presentation as to GeckoSystems' business model and suite of mobile robot technologies appropriate for the Japanese marketplace. JETRO provides services including business development support, networking events, extensive market intelligence and access to bilingual Japanese businesses. GeckoSystems' in depth business and technology discussion was presented to JETRO on February 23 at their office in San Francisco.

"Our recently announced 'Mobile Robots in Motion' conference and on going world's first in home elder care robot trials have garnered many inquiries for us regarding our business model, technologies available for licensing, and interest in joint domestic and international ventures. We continue to expect technology licensing revenues to precede revenues from product manufacturing and sales. This augurs well for increased ROI and shareholder value for our investors," observed Martin Spencer, President/CEO, GeckoSystems.

This "Mobile Robots in Motion" conference will be held at GeckoSystems' new 4,000 square feet R&D and manufacturing facility in the Honey Creek area, just south of Conyers, Ga. Attendees, perhaps some from JETRO, will witness not only their flagship product, but also their proprietary automatic self-navigation software, GeckoNav�, and the reality that they have a complete multitasking personal companion robot, the CareBot�, with verbal interaction and 'command and control' capabilities arising from GeckoChat�, verbal reminders from GeckoChat and GeckoScheduler� and the ability to routinely follow a designated family member with GeckoTrak�. This personal companion robot, the CareBot, has been in limited evaluation trials for over two months now.

While GeckoSystems has been in the Development Stage, the Company has accumulated R&D expenses to date in excess of six million dollars ($6,000,000). In contrast, the Japanese government has spent one hundred million dollars ($100,000,000) in grants (to Sanyo, Toshiba, Hitachi, Fujitsu, NEC, etc.) over the same time period to develop personal robots for their own eldercare crisis, yet no marketable products for their significant Japanese market have been developed by them.

"Our CareBot's ability to verbally remind a designated care receiver at predetermined dates and times that their blood pressure/pulse rate needs to be checked by an optional third-party onboard, integrated robotic sensor system will enable a higher level of safety, security and cost savings for those at home, nursing homes, assisted care facilities, hospitals, etc. Since our CareBots can also run unattended errands and/or automatically follow a designated care receiver, the cost savings to the care giver person or organization should be much greater for enhanced value to our customers and increased ROI for our investors," opined Spencer.

The CareBot is a multitasking personal robot incorporating advanced, proprietary AI software engines such as GeckoNav�, GeckoChat�, GeckoTrak�, and GeckoScheduler�. These disparate AI engines work in parallel and/or serially continuously. Given the CareBot's WiFi network connectivity and easy Internet and LAN accessibility, reporting of various healthcare criteria outside of normal, can be quickly sent by telephone, instant or text messaging, and/or email.

Journalists are encouraged to contact Mr. Spencer regarding the progress of GeckoSystems' in home evaluation trials and potential attendance at their upcoming invitation only "Mobile Robots in Motion" conference. Journalists and other interested parties may submit their request for an invitation at their website or call 678-413-9236.

About JETRO:

The Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) is a government-related organization that works to promote mutual trade and investment between Japan and the rest of the world. Originally established in 1958 to promote Japanese exports abroad, JETRO's core focus in the 21st century has shifted toward promoting foreign direct investment into Japan and helping small to medium size Japanese firms maximize their global export potential.

"Medical Equipment: How U.S. Companies Are Positioned to Get Ahead of Two Upcoming Shifts in Japan" http://www.jetro.org/content/515

About GeckoSystems International Corporation:

Since 1997, GeckoSystems has developed a comprehensive, coherent, and sufficient suite of hardware and software inventions to enable a new type of home appliance (a personal robot) the CareBot, to be created for the mass consumer marketplace. The suite of primary inventions includes: GeckoNav, GeckoChat and GeckoTrak.

The primary market for this product is the family for use in eldercare, care for the chronically ill, and childcare. The primary distribution channel for this new home appliance is the thousands of independent personal computer retailers in the U.S. The manufacturing infrastructure for this new product category of mobile service robots is essentially the same as the personal computer industry. Several outside contract manufacturers have been identified and qualified their ability to produce up to 1,000 CareBots per month within four to six months.

The Company is market driven. At the time of founding, nearly 12 years ago, the Company did extensive primary market research to determine the demographic profile of the early adopters of the then proposed product line. Subsequent to, and based on that original market research, they have assembled numerous focus groups to evaluate the fit of the CareBot personal robot into the participant's lives and their expected usage. The Company has also frequently employed the Delphi market research methodology by contacting senior executives, practitioners, and researchers knowledgeable in the area of elder care. Using this factual basis of internally performed primary and secondary market research, and third party research is the factual basis for the Company's sales forecasts.

"We project the available market size in dollars for cost effective, utilitarian, multitasking eldercare personal robots in 2011 to be $74.0B, in 2012 to be $77B, in 2013 to be $80B, in 2014 to be $83.3B, and in 2015 to be $86.6B. With market penetrations of 0.03% in 2011, 0.06% in 2012, 0.22% in 2013, 0.53% in 2014, and 0.81% in 2015, we will anticipate CareBot sales, from this consumer market segment, only, of $22.0M, $44.0M, $176M, $440.2M, and $704.3M, respectively. We expect these sales despite -- and perhaps because of -- the present recession due to pent up demand for significant cost reduction in eldercare expenses," opined Spencer.

The Company's "mobile robot solutions for safety, security and service�" are appropriate not only for the consumer, but also professional healthcare, commercial security and defense markets. Professional healthcare require cost effective, timely errand running, portable telemedicine, etc. Homeland Security requires cost effective mobile robots to patrol and monitor public venues for weapons and WMD detection. Military users desire the elimination of the "man in the loop" to enable unmanned ground and air vehicles to not require constant human control and/or intervention.

The Company's business model is very much like that of an automobile manufacturer. Due to the final assembly, test, and shipping being done based on geographic and logistic realities; strategic business-to-business relationships can range from private labeling to joint manufacturing and distribution to licensing only.

Several dozen patent opportunities exist for the Company due to the many innovative and cost effective breakthroughs embodied not only in GeckoNav, GeckoChat, and GeckoTrak, but also in additional, secondary systems that include: GeckoOrient�, GeckoMotorController�, the GeckoTactileShroud�, the CompoundedSensorArray�, and the GeckoSPIO�.

The present senior management at GeckoSystems has over thirty-five years experience in consumer electronics sales and marketing and product development. Senior managers have been identified for the areas of manufacturing, marketing, sales, and finance.

By the end of this year, the Company plans to complete productization of its CareBot offering with the introduction of its fourth generation personal robot, the CareBot 4.0 MSR.

What Does a CareBot Do for the Care Giver?

The short answer is that it decreases the difficulty and stress for the caregiver that needs to watch over Grandma, Mom, or other family members most, if not much, of the time day in and day out due to concerns about their well being, safety, and security.

But, first let's look at some other labor saving, automatic home appliances most of us use routinely. For example, needing to do two or more necessary chores and/or activities at the same time, like laundering clothes and preparing supper.

The automatic washing machine needs no human intervention after the dirty clothes are placed in the washer, the laundry powder poured in, and the desired wash cycle set. Then, this labor saving appliance runs automatically until the washed clothes are ready to be placed in another labor saving home appliance, the automatic clothes dryer. While the clothes are being washed and/or dried, the caregiver prepares supper using several time saving home appliances like the microwave oven, "crock" pot, blender, and conventional stove, with possible convection oven capabilities.

After supper, the dirty pots, pans, and dishes are placed in the automatic dishwasher to be washed and dried while the family retires to the den to watch TV, and/or the kids to do homework. Later, perhaps after the kids have gone to bed, the caregiver may then have the time to fold, sort, and put up the now freshly laundered clothes.

So what does a CareBot do for the caregiver? It is a new type of labor saving, time management automatic home appliance.

For example, the caregiver frequently feels time stress when they need to go shopping for 2 or 3 hours, and are uncomfortable when they have to be away for more than an hour or so. Time stress is much worse for the caregiver with a frail elderly parent that must be reminded to take medications at certain times of the day. How can the caregiver be away for 3-4 hours when Grandma must take her prescribed medication every 2 or 3 hours? If the caregiver is trapped in traffic for an hour or two beyond the 2 or 3 they expected to be gone, this "time stress" can be very difficult for the caregiver to moderate.

Not infrequently, the primary caregiver has a 24 hour, 7 days a week responsibility. After weeks and weeks of this sometimes tedious, if not onerous routine, how does the caregiver get a "day off?" To bring in an outsider is expensive (easily $75-125 per day for just 8 hours) and there is the concern that medication will be missed or the care receiver have an accident requiring immediate assistance by the caregiver, or someone they must designate. And the care receiver may be very resistant to a stranger coming in to her home and "running things."

So what is it worth for a care receiver to have an automatic system to help take care of Grandma? Just 3 or 4 days a month "off" on a daylong shopping trip, a visit with friends, or just take in a movie would cost $225-500 per month. And that scenario assumes that Grandma is willing to be taken care of by a stranger during those needed and appropriate days off.

So perhaps an automatic caregiver, a CareBot, might be pretty handy and potentially very cost effective from the primary caregiver's perspective.

What Does a CareBot Do for the Care Receiver?

It's a new kind of companion that always stays close to them enabling family and friends to care for them from afar. It tells them jokes, retells family anecdotes, reminds them to take medication, reminds them that family is coming over soon (or not at all), recites Bible verses, plays favorite songs and/or other music. It alerts them when unexpected visitors, or intruders are present. It notifies designated caregivers when a potentially harmful event has occurred, such as a fall, fire in the home, or simply been not found by the CareBot for too long. It responds to calls for help and notifies those that the caregiver determined should be immediately notified when any predetermined adverse event occurs.

The family can customize the personality of the CareBot. The voice's cadence can be fast or slow. The intonation can be breathy, or abrupt. The voice's volume can range from very loud to very soft. The response phrases from the CareBot for recognized words and phrases can be colloquial and/or unique to the family's own heritage. The personality can range from brassy to timid depending on how the caregiver, and others appropriate, chooses it to be.

Generally, the care receiver is pleased at the prospect of family being able to drop in for a "virtual visit" using the onboard webcam and video monitor for at home "video conferencing." The care receiver may feel much more needed and appreciated when their far flung family and friends can "look in" on them any where in the world where they can get broadband internet access and simply chat for a bit.

Why is Grandma really interested in a CareBot? She wants to stay in her home, or her family's home, as long as she possibly can. What's that worth? Priceless. Or, an average nursing home is $5,000 per month for an environment that is too often the beginning of a spiral downward in the care receiver's health. That's probably $2-3K more per month for them to be placed where they really don't want to be. Financial payback on a CareBot? Less than a year- Emotional payback for the family to have this new automatic care giver? Nearly instantaneous-
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15.01.12 03:41:46
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.918.095 von UH1d am 10.02.10 14:11:50GeckoSystems

Bildung internationaler allianzen.

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

http://www.geckosystems.com/investors/press_releases/
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15.01.12 14:27:17
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Was wird hier kurzfristig noch möglich sein ?
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05.02.13 19:58:55
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.596.340 von Wohnwunsch am 15.01.12 14:27:17Tja kommt drauf an wie gut die promotet wird aber sicherlich sind Kurse von 0,0050 - 0,02 hier möglich.

Die Fundamentals sind gut und die Aktie ist sehr stark unterbewertet - ich sehe hier kurzfristig deutlich höhere Kurse - Kaufen ohne zu zögern sage ich nur...
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05.02.13 20:15:52
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Zitat von UH1d: http://www.geckosystems.com/

Hab mir mal nen paar gegönnt

Symbol: gcko.pk





Vielleicht war das mal das Symbol - wer jetzt welche kaufen will sollte folgendes Kürzel benutzen : GOSY
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07.02.13 17:49:34
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Wer kaufen will hier das aktuelle Orderbuch :
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07.02.13 18:08:30
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Warum soll man kaufen?

Warum spielt Gecko in der Liga von iRobot, Fanuc, Apple & Co?

Warum können die Roboter entwickeln, wenn sie an der Börse gerade 500kUSD wert sind?

Woher soll da das Geld für F&E kommen?

Wenn ich mir den Roboter auf den Videoa so anschaue, lahmer geht´s ja nicht, und was passiert an der Treppe?

Es wäre jedenfalls schön, wenn ich erfahren würde, dass Gecko´s Roboter im Healthcare-Bereich über irgendwelche mir unbekannten Alleinstellungsmerkmale verfügte, die ich noch nicht gesehen habe!

Die Japaner sind top, iRobot ist gut geführt, Gecko habe ich durch Zufall auf der Watchlist, da ich weiss, dass Roboter in naher Zukunft ein Megahype werden.
Wer wird das Rennen machen?

P.S.
Heute Nachkauftag bei iRobot, welch Ironie des Schickals, dass der gleichnamige Film mit Will Smith genau so klingt - hat Hollywood eine Glaskugel?!

Sollte man nicht meinen, die Ersten werden die Ersten sein, wenn es um Technologievorreiterschaft geht?
Ich denke, JA!
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07.02.13 20:15:18
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 44.115.802 von ElfenbeinelaufenschnellermitKo am 07.02.13 18:08:30Kennst Du das ?

It really is impressive !

GOSY has proprietary mathematical algorithms that are amazing fast and efficient! Much, much better performance than anything else in the world! And I have looked! Nearly all of GOSY's competitors are afraid to talk about their WCET since they are so slow!
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07.02.13 20:45:39
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Das kann jeder behaupten, Quelle von wem?
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07.02.13 21:12:00
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 44.116.429 von ElfenbeinelaufenschnellermitKo am 07.02.13 20:45:39Hier bekommst Du noch mehr - Link dazu suche ich und stelle ihn ein :

I am continuing my studies of GOSY's hardware and software architecture. It is very biological in nature since it is layered like virtually all life on this planet, save slow and dumb jellyfish! Each layer takes in abstracted data, does its thing, and then responds with abstracted updates. This all happens on the onboard LAN running at 10mHz. This means that inter savant communication occurs in very low single digit milliseconds, if not microseconds.

Some academic mobile robot researchers are investigating "Worst Case Execution Time" or WCET. That is the total time to see, understand what is seen, react and then the time for that physical action to be initiated.

GOSY is running their depth camera and GeckoImager(tm) at 20fps, or getting full FOV every 50ms. GeckoNav(tm) requires 15-20ms to update from vision data received to locomotion data sent. The GeckoMotorController(tm) updates every 21ms. So the WCET here is 91ms or less!

THAT IS FANTASTIC! ESPECIALLY ON LOW COST CONSUMER ELECTRONICS!

Here's why: A jet fighter pilot's WCET is 110-120 milliseconds. Spencer's low cost automatic self navigation solution is 20-25% QUICKER than a trained, experienced jet fighter pilot.

THIS IS WORLD CLASS PERFORMANCE for PENNIES!!!!

Eg., this is why: Google's <ahem> driverless car has a worse WCET and cost tens of thousands of dollars to work. And then NOT as good as what Spencer has invented here at GOSY.

GOSY really is AMAZING!

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07.02.13 21:35:13
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Meine Frage, hat das System KI?
Alleine mit einer schnellen Kamera kann ich keinen Roboter bedienen.
In den Videos sieht es bisher danach aus, dass der Robot solange fährt, bis er gegen einen Gegenstand stösst und dann die Richtung wechselt.
Ich kenne das von den Staubsaugern und Rasenmähern, die bei Wiederstand sich bspw. immer 60Grad um die Achse drehen und dann weiterfahren, ohne die bisher zurückgelegte Strecke zu speichern.
Das ist richtig ineffizient, wenn man schon bearbeitete Flächen nochmals bearbeitet.:p

Was kann das System eigentlich, alte Leute bedienen/Geleiten, A. abwischen, Kuchen und Kaffee reichen, sprechen, Antworten, Hilfe rufen, etc.?

Erstmal sollten wir demnach wissen, wofür ist der Robot da, und was kann er leisten.

1. Ist es eine dumme Reaktionsmaschine(wie ein Staubsauger/Rasenmäher)
2. Ist es ein intelligenter vorausberechnender Roboter(was berechnet er zu welchem Zweck, speziell für den Bereich im Altenheim/Pflege ?
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07.02.13 21:50:08
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 44.116.610 von ElfenbeinelaufenschnellermitKo am 07.02.13 21:35:13Business Description
Since 1997, GeckoSystems has developed a comprehensive, coherent, and sufficient suite of hardware and software inventions to enable a new type of home appliance (a personal robot) the CareBot(tm), to be created for the mass consumer marketplace. The suite of primary inventions includes: GeckoNav(tm), GeckoChat(tm) and GeckoTrak(tm).

The primary market for this product is the family for use in eldercare, care for the chronically ill, and childcare. The primary distribution channel for this new home appliance is the thousands of independent personal computer retailers in the U.S. The manufacturing infrastructure for this new product category of mobile service robots is essentially the same as the personal computer industry. Several outside contract manufacturers have been identified and qualified their ability to produce up to 1,000 CareBots per month within four to six months.

The Company is market driven. At the time of founding, nearly 12 years ago, the Company did extensive primary market research to determine the demographic profile of the early adopters of the then proposed product line. Subsequent to, and based on that original market research, they have assembled numerous focus groups to evaluate the fit of the CareBot personal robot into the participant's lives and their expected usage. The Company has also frequently employed the Delphi market research methodology by contacting senior executives, practitioners, and researchers knowledgeable in the area of elder care. Using this factual basis of internally performed primary and secondary market research, and third party research is the factual basis for the Company's sales forecasts.

The Company's "mobile robot solutions for safety, security and service(tm)" are appropriate not only for the consumer, but also professional healthcare, commercial security and defense markets. Professional healthcare require cost effective, timely errand running, portable telemedicine, etc. Homeland Security requires cost effective mobile robots to patrol and monitor public venues for weapons and WMD detection. Military users desire the elimination of the "man in the loop" to enable unmanned ground and air vehicles to not require constant human control and/or intervention.

The Company's business model is very much like that of an automobile manufacturer. Due to the final assembly, test, and shipping being done based on geographic and logistic realities; strategic business-to-business relationships can range from private labeling to joint manufacturing and distribution to licensing only.

Several dozen patent opportunities exist for the Company due to the many innovative and cost effective breakthroughs embodied not only in GeckoNav, GeckoChat, and GeckoTrak, but also in additional, secondary systems that include: GeckoOrient(tm), GeckoMotorController(tm), the GeckoTactileShroud(tm), the CompoundedSensorArray(tm), and the GeckoSPIO(tm).

The present senior management at GeckoSystems has over thirty-five years experience in consumer electronics sales and marketing and product development. Senior managers have been identified for the areas of manufacturing, marketing, sales, and finance.

While GeckoSystems has been in the Development Stage, the Company has accumulated losses to date in excess of six million dollars. In contrast, the Japanese government has spent one hundred million dollars in grants (to Sanyo, Toshiba, Hitachi, Fujitsu, NEC, etc.) over the same time period to develop personal robots for their eldercare crisis, yet no viable solutions have been developed.

By the end of this year, the Company plans to complete productization of its CareBot offering with the introduction of its fourth generation personal robot, the CareBot 4.0 MSR. The Company expects to be the first personal robot developer and manufacturer in the world to begin in home eldercare evaluation trials.
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07.02.13 21:51:07
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 44.116.610 von ElfenbeinelaufenschnellermitKo am 07.02.13 21:35:13Contact Info
1640 B Highway 212, SW
Conyers, GA 30094-4255



Website: http://www.geckosystems.com/
Phone: 678-413-9236
Email: investors@geckosystems.com
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08.02.13 15:26:27
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 44.116.429 von ElfenbeinelaufenschnellermitKo am 07.02.13 20:45:39Ich bin mir ganz sicher - die Aktie wird die nächsten 5 Handelstage gewaltig ausbrechen...schau dir nur mal die Charttechnischen Indikatoren an - alles steht auf "Kauf"
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08.02.13 16:07:00
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:laugh:

Charttechnik bei Pennys, das ist unglaublich.

Wichtig sind hier die Verhältnisse ausgegebene und autorisierte Aktien und Buzz(Nachfrage/Werbung, Forenbeiträge US, ihub), alles andere kann man vergessen.
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08.02.13 16:15:15
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 44.119.617 von ElfenbeinelaufenschnellermitKo am 08.02.13 16:07:00Es sind immer wieder die gleichen Leute die immer was zu meckern haben und nichts glauben - Du wirst schon sehen wer Recht hatte - nächsten Freitag schauen wir wo der Kurs steht - ich sage 0,0025+ aber ist eh egal - Du bist so mit Zweifeln besessen dass Du eh das Kaufen verpasst und dann nächsten Freitag feststellt: na wer hätte das gedacht...


Jetzt zu 15/16 machst noch super Schnäppchen - der Allzeittiefststand war bei 6 und der Höchststand war bei 2,2 Cents also sehr viel Platz nach oben...
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08.02.13 16:47:43
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Financial compliance reasons why GOSY is undervalued:

1. Compliance with Federal Accounting Standards Board's (FASB, http://www.fasb.org/ ) Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) distorts the true economic condition and performance of the company.

This is due to the requirement to expense 100% of all R&D in the year incurred. Hence a complete writeoff of all R&D expenditures, regardless of present and/or future value to ZERO. This required compliance with GAAP forces the Development Stage company to place no assets on their Balance Sheet on the proprietary Intellectual Properties (IP) regardless of the level of probability of future revenues from their R&D activities.

2. Federal and state tax laws also distort the true economic condition and performance of GOSY.

This is due to the requirement to prepare financials in accordance with FASB 's GAAP for tax filings. This required compliance with GAAP forces GOSY as a Development Stage company to place no assets on their Balance Sheet on the proprietary Intellectual Properties (IP) regardless of the level of probability of future revenues from their R&D activities.

3. European Unon (EU) accounting standards, if applied to GOSY's financials, would portray the true economic condition and performance of the company much more realistically.

This is due to the requirement to expense only 50% (not 100%) of all R&D in the year incurred. Hence since not a 100% writeoff, 50% is carried as assets on the balance sheet. This fairly reflects the net worth of a Development Stage company from the EU perspective. The EU requires only a 50% writeoff of all R&D expenditures. This simple accounting change would dramatically flip GOSY's net worth and stockholder equity deep into positive territory.

This required compliance with GAAP forces GOSY --as a Development Stage company-- to place no assets on their Balance Sheet on the proprietary Intellectual Properties (IP) regardless of the level of probability of future revenues from their R&D activities.

4. Ignoring discounted cash flow (DCF) analyses of GOSY's financial pro formas lowers the net present value (NPV) of future net profits of GOSY regardless of hurdle rate (minimum ROI) determined as sufficient for the level of risk.

Ignoring increased stockholder dividends due to significant tax loss carry forwards (which reduces taxes due for several years and hence increases the aftertax income available for distribution as stock dividends to stockholders) distorts by lowering the net present value (NPV) of future dividend payments to GOSY stockholders regardless of hurdle rate used.

The long and short of it all?

GOSY's $8,000,000 in expenditures the last 15 years does not show up on the Balance Sheet due to compliance with GAAP.

NOT because GOSY's IP has little or no value.

That reality definitely undervalues GOSY's IP!

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08.02.13 16:52:49
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Das letzte Wort ist noch nicht gesprochen, Pennys sind reine Spekulation, Hellsehen gilt nicht.
Ich hatte ein Jahr lang einen guten Pennystock BB abonniert, kann schon sagen, worauf es dort ankommt.
Ich spreche hier aus Erfahrung, habs aber mit den Pennys aufgegeben zu viel Streß und nicht mein Ding.
Ich will was Langfristiges und schaue, ob da auch Pennys was hergeben können, ist jedoch eine Lotterie.
99% meiner beobachteten OTC´s oder Pennys in 10 Jahren waren für die Katz, da ist nie etwas Langfristiges dabei gewesen.
Mir fällt immer wieder nur Blue Pearl Mining(Thompson Creek) ein, die haben es damals geschafft, das eine glückliche Prozent zu werden.


Sehr viel Platz nach oben, oder nach unten, gibt es beides.
Bei Pennys hört es oft erst bei 0,0001 auf, wenn der Kurs immer tiefer sinkt.
Vielleicht wirst Du glücklich damit, doch in diversen deiner Threads habe ich gerade gelesen, dass dein Händchen doch nicht spo glücklich sein soll.
Pfandbrief, Marvin und Popeye wissen, worauf es ankommt, muss aber nicht heissen, dass die Aktie nicht heftig anspringen kann.

Bei Pennys muss man schnell rein und (meist) auch wieder raus, Fundamental steckt meist nichts dahinter!
Würde mich echt wundern, wenn es hier anders käme.

P.S.
Als Quelle immer nur die Firmen-Webseite anzugeben, ist nicht so clever. Entscheidend ist was die Filings und Dritte sagen/machen.
Meine Zweifel sind natürlich berechtigt, weil sie momentan nicht aus dem Weg geräumt werden.
Zum Zocken ist das Ding gut, wenn die Zeit dazu reif ist. Werde mich jetzt allerdings nicht auf die Suche machen, um bei Gecko das Gegenteil zu beweisen, denn wie gesagt, 99% Antichance machen den zeitlichen Aufwand nicht wett!
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08.02.13 20:27:56
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I am continuing my studies of GOSY's hardware and software architecture. It is very biological in nature since it is layered like virtually all life on this planet, save slow and dumb jellyfish! Each layer takes in abstracted data, does its thing, and then responds with abstracted updates. This all happens on the onboard LAN running at 10mHz. This means that inter savant communication occurs in very low single digit milliseconds, if not microseconds.

Some academic mobile robot researchers are investigating "Worst Case Execution Time" or WCET. That is the total time to see, understand what is seen, react and then the time for that physical action to be initiated.

GOSY is running their depth camera and GeckoImager(tm) at 20fps, or getting full FOV every 50ms. GeckoNav(tm) requires 15-20ms to update from vision data received to locomotion data sent. The GeckoMotorController(tm) updates every 21ms. So the WCET here is 91ms or less!

THAT IS FANTASTIC! ESPECIALLY ON LOW COST CONSUMER ELECTRONICS!

Here's why: A jet fighter pilot's WCET is 110-120 milliseconds. Spencer's low cost automatic self navigation solution is 20-25% QUICKER than a trained, experienced jet fighter pilot.

THIS IS WORLD CLASS PERFORMANCE for PENNIES!!!!

Eg., this is why: Google's <ahem> driverless car has a worse WCET and cost tens of thousands of dollars to work. And then NOT as good as what Spencer has invented here at GOSY.

GOSY really is AMAZING!
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08.02.13 21:14:20
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 44.119.858 von ElfenbeinelaufenschnellermitKo am 08.02.13 16:52:49So das Gap Up zwischen 9 und 10 ist nun geschlossen - endlich und nun kann es los gehen mit der Reise Richtung Nordpol...:)
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08.02.13 21:18:34
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I have been waiting and waiting for the market to figure out how great GOSY's tech is and how many markets they can go into!

In the early part of the PC era, a two legged "walker" was deemed impossible with anything less that a mainframe! The Computer Engineer grad students at Clemson under the direction of Dr. Yuan Zheng, used "register" shifting to get their computations quick enough to balance CURBi in real time. It walked like a penguin as I recall. In fact, it walked faster when the Digital Equipment PC clone was moved up to "turbo" mode. Ha!!! And Spencer was there since he helped them with the design and use of 6 harmonic drives used to give each leg 3 DOF. GREAT WORK!! This introduction was a BIG hit at the Machine Design Show in March of '87. I attended that show due to my longtime interest in robotics.

Go GOSY!
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08.02.13 21:32:33
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 44.119.858 von ElfenbeinelaufenschnellermitKo am 08.02.13 16:52:49Hammer News habe ich gefunden !!!



GeckoSystems Named One of Eight Key Market Players in Service Robotics Industry


14:35 11.10.12





PR Newswire

CONYERS, Ga., Oct. 11, 2012


CONYERS, Ga., Oct. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- GeckoSystems Intl. Corp. (Pink Sheets: GOSY | http://www.geckosystems.com/) announced today that an internationally renowned market research firm, Research and Markets, recently deemed GeckoSystems to be one of eight key market players in the service robotics industry. For fifteen years GeckoSystems has dedicated itself to development of Mobile Robot Solutions for Safety, Security and Service™.

Research and Markets stated in their report, "Personal & Professional Service Robotics Market - Global Forecast & Assessment by Applications & Geography (2012 - 2017)," that:

"The key market players in service robotics industry are Honda Motors (Japan), iRobot (U.S.), AB Electrolux (Sweden), Sony (Japan), Fujitsu (Japan), Toyota (Japan), GeckoSystems (U.S.), and Yujin Robot (South Korea)." http://www.researchandmarkets.com/publication/9rvoof/personal_professional_service_robotics_mark" target="_blank" rel="nofollow ugc noopener">http://www.researchandmarkets.com/publication/9rvoof/personal_professional_service_robotics_mark

"We are pleased that the experienced market researchers at Research and Markets are sufficiently astute to accept that small service robot firms, such as GeckoSystems, can nonetheless develop advanced technologies and products as well as much larger, multi-billion dollar corporations such as Honda, iRobot, Sony, Toyota, etc.," reflected Martin Spencer, CEO, GeckoSystems.

In this Research and Markets report, they state:

"The global service robotics market in 2011 was worth $18.39 billion. This market is valued at $20.73 billion in 2012 and expected to reach $46.18 billion by 2017 at an estimated CAGR of 17.4% from 2012 to 2017. The market is driven by factors like aging population, value enhancement by robots, increasing grants and funds by governments, increasing venture capital investments in service robotics companies, enhancements in complementary technologies and integration of robotics with mobile technologies, other smart products, and appliances."

GeckoSystems projects the available market size in dollars for cost effective, utilitarian, multitasking eldercare personal robots in 2013 to be $74.0B, in 2014 to be $77B, in 2015 to be $80B, in 2016 to be $83.3B, and in 2017 to be $86.6B. With market penetrations of 0.03% in 2013, 0.06% in 2014, 0.22% in 2015, 0.53% in 2016, and 0.81% in 2017, we anticipate CareBot sales, from this consumer market segment, only, of $22.0M, $44.0M, $176M, $440.2M, and $704.3M, respectively. The company is presently securing funding for manufacturing, marketing and final beta testing of their CareBot.
"From our humble beginnings on a kitchen table and a two car garage over fifteen years ago, we have demonstrated publicly for companies such as JCPenney, Honeywell, Dell, Ketchum-Crescent, Ember Industries, Future Electronics, Chubb Insurance, Alexian Brothers, Stryker Corp., Allied Plastics, Samsung, Mitsubishi, Hewlett-Packard, to groups of children in schools and to elderly in their homes and nursing homes. CareBot prototypes have been publicly demonstrated at the Robotics Institute of America (RIA), RoboBusiness trade shows, and numerous local computer shows.

"We believe that critical mass has now been achieved in the service robotics industry. Modern computer and optic technology has brought cost reductions that enable us to introduce advanced Mobile Service Robots to the retail market for use in elder care, security, and of course our SafePath™ wheelchair which is in the final stages of pre-production engineering," observed Spencer. "In light of increased government support for robotic health care assistance in the EU, Japan, China, and other countries around the globe, we feel that our market scope estimates are extremely conservative."

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About GeckoSystems:

GeckoSystems has been developing innovative robotic technologies for fifteen years. It is CEO Martin Spencer's dream to make people's lives better through robotic technology.

An overview of GeckoSystems' progress containing over 700 pictures and 120 videos can be found at http://www.geckosystems.com/timeline/.

These videos illustrate the development of the technology that makes GeckoSystems a world leader in Service Robotics development. Early CareBot prototypes were slower and frequently pivoted in order to avoid a static or dynamic obstacle; later prototypes avoided obstacles without pivoting. Current CareBots avoid obstacles with a graceful "bicycle smooth" motion. The latest videos also depict the CareBot's ability to automatically go faster or slower depending on the amount of clutter (number of obstacles) within its field of view. This is especially important when avoiding moving obstacles in "loose crowd " situations like a mall or an exhibit area.

In addition to the timeline videos, GeckoSystems has numerous YouTube videos. The most popular of which are the ones showing room-to-room automatic self-navigation of the CareBot through narrow doorways and a hallway of an old 1954 home. You will see the CareBot slow down when going through the doorways because of their narrow width and then speed up as it goes across the relatively open kitchen area. There are also videos of the SafePath(tm) wheelchair, which is a migration of the CareBot AI centric navigation system to a standard power wheelchair, and recently developed cost effective depth cameras were used in this recent configuration. SafePath(tm) navigation is now available to OEM licensees and these videos show the versatility of GeckoSystems' fully autonomous navigation solution.

GeckoSystems, Star Wars™ Technology
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09.02.13 03:40:02
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Die Hammernews habe ich vorgestern auch schon alle gelesen, was sagen sie mir?

Nix, Nothing, Niente, Nada, Zero...weil sie nicht wirklich unabhängig sind und mehr oder weniger alle auf der einen Webseite stehen.

Wie kommt es, dass ein 500Tsd USD Unternehmen mit Honda verglichen wird? Da stehen Welten, Jahrzehnte dazwischen.
Honda´s Humaniod kann auf zwei Beinen laufen, Gecko hat es immerhin geschafft, seinen "Weiss ich nicht" auf drei Rädern(?) Hindernisse umfahren zu lassen, was passiert nochmal bei der Treppe?
Achso, wir brauchen einen Aufzug für den Robotrt.
Zwischen 2Bein und 3Rad besteht schon ein kleiner aber gewaltiger Unterschied von Jahrzehnten Erfahrung!
Kann für mich nur ein (mglw indirekt) gekaufter Artikel sein.
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10.02.13 17:55:34
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Glaub was Du willst - ich werde dich nicht überzeugen weil es 100derte von deiner Sorte gibt und mir meine Zeit dafür zu schade ist - wir werden ja sehen wer Recht hat - ich sage der PPS wird nächste Woche auf über 25 steigen...also locker aus dem Stand 150% - 200% !!!
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10.02.13 18:34:15
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 44.121.803 von ElfenbeinelaufenschnellermitKo am 09.02.13 03:40:02FIRST ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONSPIRACY TO
DESTROY GOSY BEING HELD IN CONYERS IN APRIL

The conference will be held at the Conyers Conference Center. It will be a two day event, although you never know about the second day. Speakers from all over the world will be presenting their latest assessments, including Dr. Evil and Dr. No. Numerous workshops on how best to destroy gosy will be held throughout the conference. Featured speaker who will present the keynote address will be Alex Newell from the hit show Glee.

Invitation only, but it will be open to the public and press. If you want an invitation, please write to the International Conspiracy to Destroy gosy Association, C/O The Kremlin, Moscow, Russia.

Attendees are asked to bring a dish to pass.
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10.02.13 18:37:35
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 44.121.803 von ElfenbeinelaufenschnellermitKo am 09.02.13 03:40:02Das gefällt dir Elfenbein wah - sowas ist sputze...:laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:


(man muss auch mal was zum lachen haben)
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10.02.13 21:18:47
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Here's the post you missed:

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Do GOSY's mobile robots really "meander?" NO way!

Here's why:

First, here is the definition of the word "meander:"
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me·an·der (m-ndr)
intr.v. me·an·dered, me·an·der·ing, me·an·ders
1. To follow a winding and turning course: Streams tend to meander through level land.
2. To move aimlessly and idly without fixed direction: vagabonds meandering through life. See Synonyms at wander.
n.
1. meanders Circuitous windings or sinuosities, as of a stream or path.
2. A circuitous journey or excursion; ramble. Often used in the plural.
3. An ornamental pattern of winding or intertwining lines, used in art and architecture.
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http://www.thefreedictionary.com/meandering

I have personally witnessed dozens and dozens of live mobile robot demos. I have personally observed RB5X'x, Hero's, Gemini's, Pioneers, and more than a few hobbybots. NONE of them "meander."

ALL mobile robots are programmed to go in a straight line (or try to), until such time they encounter an obstacle, or enter a pocket (a "box" canyon so to speak). GOSY's mobile robots have 3 low levels of mobile autonomy:
1. reactive
2. proactive
3. contemplative

All of GOSY's mobile robots are predisposed due to programming like ALL mobile robots to go in a straight line. That is NOT meandering since meandering is aimless, circuitous and/or "random."

NO mobile robot with any level of autonomy ever "meanders."

Those that are of the opinion that GOSY's robots "meander" have simply NEVER seen a live demo of ANY mobile robot in their entire lives. In fact, I doubt they can characterize the difficulty for a mobile robot to do a "pocket escape" which requires a "contemplative" low level of autonomy.

As as metaphor, to say that GOSY's robots (and all other, as though others do not "meander") meander is like complaining about airplanes flying sideways due to side winds and if a pilot "crabs" the plane down to landing, then the plane is a junk plane since it "crabbed" due to side winds necessitating that required tactic by the pilot.

If one closely observes the only some of the 120+ videos here on GOSY's website:

http://geckosystems.com/timeline/

one can readily see that ALL of GOSY's robots "want" go straight (that is NOT meandering since NOT random movements!) until such time "cognizant navigation" takes place when the obstacle avoidance behaviors subsume the end point seeking behavior and enable the robot to gracefully avoid that obstactle. After the robot completes the avoid, the end point seeking behavior (which is straight line biased) subsumes the obstacle avoidance behavior. The foregoing is an example of "subsumptive" AI programming. Very, very advanced.

As one can readily understand, without any advanced calculus and physics, but by simple observation, GOSY's robots, and in fact, most, if not all, mobile robots NEVER meander. As a metaphor, one could just as easily say that an airplane is "no good" since the pilot must "crab" it in to land due to side winds.

This is obstacle avoidance:
------/0bstacle----bstacle/----------------
Note that unless an obstacle is encountered, the robot goes in a straight line, and returns to the same straight line due to GeckoNav's "autopilot seek" AI functionality.

This is "meandering:"
/-//_///-//
Note that the zig zag movements are RANDOM and not due to encountering an obstacle.

Careful, scientific analyses clearly indicates it is completely wrong to characterize any mobile robot as "meandering," much less one of GOSY's "loose crowd" level of autonomy as is demonstrated in dozens and dozens of public venue, unstaged videos here:

http://geckosystems.com/timeline/

However, while the foregoing only requires common sense to readily understand, those intent on decrying GOSY's fantastic tech will now probably argue that the definition of meander and its URL are wrong....

LOL-
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10.02.13 21:42:16
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 44.121.803 von ElfenbeinelaufenschnellermitKo am 09.02.13 03:40:02Hier gibts alle Informationen die man braucht: http://www.geckosystems.com/W_W_W/



This page is intended as a resource for GeckoSystems investors so that
they may better understand the legal actions being taken against the company.

It is the company's position that these legal actions are abusive
and intended to interfere with the legitimate business of the company.

GeckoSystems also wishes investors to know that the company is mounting a vigorous defense.




The Company has appealed the lower court decision that restricted shares can be attached and sold.

Notice of Appeal

Appellate Brief


Complete Text of the Donnelly Opinion Letter
OPINION Page 1 OPINION Page 2 Document Format ORIGINAL PDF

MacLeod's Alleged Letter to the Delaware Court


Wallace Denied Motion to Compel Deposition of Spencer
IMAGE Page 1 IMAGE Page 2 IMAGE Page 3 IMAGE Page 4 IMAGE Page 5





Full Details on GOSY Share Structure


Historical Reports on Market Maker Activity


Market Maker Activity for 2008


Market Maker Activity for 2009


Market Maker Activity for 2010


Market Maker Activity for 2011


Market Maker Activity for 2012




Monthly Volume and Chart - Updated


Above chart in picture form.



GeckoSystems Continues to Fight
- See also, Trading Data at the Bottom of This Page. -


Georgia Court Grants Order of Protection against Neil T. Wallace
The company regrets that the order for a permanent order of protection was
denied on juristictional grounds but Neil T. Wallace did not deny the allegations of the temporary order.


GeckoSystems Letter to FINRA Sept 8 2012.pdf


GeckoSystems Documentation Submitted to FINRA



The SEC Investigates Money Laundering.


Whistleblower Article from National Law Journal




UBSS Required to Investigate Money Laundering


UBSS Code of Business Conduct and Ethics




GeckoSystems Writes to Homeland Security, FAA, FBI Concerning Wallace


Letter to DHS FAA FBI re Neil Wallace.pdf



The Answer and Countercliam filed by GeckoSystems in the Delaware suit.
The response to Wallace was identical


Answer and Counterclaim to MacLeod DE Suit.pdf



Apparent Forgery on Delaware court filings.


MacLeod_Signatures.pdf


Comparison of MacLeod Signatures


Harold Wallace Signatures.pdf


Harold Wallace Comparison



The Answer and Countercliam filed by GeckoSystems when Wallace sued them in Georgia.
Original PDF and OCR converted version.


Answer and Counterclaim to Wallace GA Suit.pdf


Answer and Counterclaim to Wallace GA Suit - OCR.pdf


What Georgia's Judge Nation thinks of Wallace's character and legal skills.


Neil Wallace Lawsuit Dismissal.pdf


Why Wallace had better not go before Judge Nation again...


Judge_Nation_Court_Order


Judge_Nation_Court_Order.pdf


Abusive Legal Actions by Wallace.pdf

2006-2007 Emails between Martin Spencer and Neil Wallace


Neil Wallace email 06-07.html


MacLeod's resume does not include his experience in stock fraud.



George MacLeod Curriculum Vitae Jan 2005.doc


What George MacLeod was Doing in 2007


George MacLeod and Missing Funds



George MacLeod Plot to Sell Out GeckoSystems



GeckoSystems letter to BMA.pdf


The legal action below was taken by another company that was scammed
at about the same time Wallace and MacLeod were operating on GeckoSystems.

The Reed Wallace mentioned in this legal action is the brother of
Neil T. Wallace and was introduced to GeckoSystems as a potential investor,
promising also to provide introduction to allegedly more powerful potential investors.

The company has confirmed that it was George MacLeod who introduced Reed Wallace to Sushi Trend.

The company believes the "Challenger Contract" was executed when those efforts failed.


SushiTrend complaint



Sushi Trend application for default judgment

Wallaces want Spencer to break the law and rob GOSY stockholders of equity.


Motion to Quash Feb 2012.pdf

Why Spencer's stock can not be sold on the courthouse steps.



Affidavit Concerning Spencer GOSY stock.pdf


Wallace claims to have a lien on all of GOSY's assets.
He has filed a standard UCC-1 and couldn't even be original in its wording.
He copied Spencer's earlier UCC which, by the way, gives Spencer a priority as a claimant.



Wallace UCC1.jpg


Spencer UCC1.jpg


Spencer responds to Wallace's allegations - Evidence of Tortious interference.



Spencer Response to Wallace Interrogatories DE.pdf


Time and Sales, Level II Screen shots, Intraday Charts.



L2 Time & sales TDA feed December 31, 2012


L2 Time & sales TDA feed December 18, 2012


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Intraday charts October 23, 2012


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Intraday charts October 23, 2012


Time and Sales Data file (csv) - 20101028 to 20121003


L2 Time & sales TDA feed October 3, 2012


October 3, 2012 OTC


L2 Time & sales TDA feed September 9, 2012


L2 Time & sales TDA feed November 25, 2011
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10.02.13 21:44:31
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 44.124.704 von jochen310771 am 10.02.13 21:42:16Hier nochmals der Link: http://www.geckosystems.com/W_W_W/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow ugc noopener"> http://www.geckosystems.com/W_W_W/
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News ist da und aktuelle Aktienstruktur auch bestätigt






GeckoSystems, a Mobile Robot Company, Updates 1300+ Shareholders


Date : 02/15/2013 @ 3:47PM

Source : PR Newswire (US)

Stock : Geckosystems Intl. Corp. (PN) (GOSY)

Quote : 0.0008 -0.0005 (-38.46%) @ 3:48PM


GeckoSystems, a Mobile Robot Company, Updates 1300+ Shareholders


CONYERS, Ga., Feb. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- GeckoSystems Intl. Corp. (Pink Sheets: GOSY | http://www.geckosystems.com/)" target="_blank" rel="nofollow ugc noopener">http://www.geckosystems.com/) would like to update our investor community as to the activities we have been engaged in during the past year and anticipate this year. For over fifteen years GeckoSystems has dedicated itself to development of "Mobile Robot Solutions for Safety, Security and Service(tm)."

Marketing – a priority in 2012 and 2013

Last year, 2012, was a very busy year for GeckoSystems and we are excited about this new year! The improved confidence in the US economy along with our ability to successfully demonstrate our proprietary software on the CareBot™ and the SafePath™ wheelchair has increased the level of inquiries and joint venture discussions.

We are most excited about our continued activities in Japan. We have opened a small marketing office in that country with a representative working on joint ventures for GeckoSystems. He has arranged for a demonstration of our BaseBot™, "Lou," at ZMP for a Japanese manufacturing company. This demonstration is scheduled to take place next week.

Additionally, we have retained Mountain Marketing, Inc. in Denver, CO to assist in our U.S. marketing efforts. They update our website routinely and are working on a new site with better navigation and access to our technical discussions. We hope to engage the disabled community and provide additional dealer and manufacturer information on the site. GeckoSystems welcomes OEM inquires about migrating SafePath navigation to existing vehicles and mobile products.

Mountain Marketing is also doing business-to-business marketing of SafePath Enabled™ power wheelchair technology. GeckoSystems believes that SafePath technology will expand the market for power wheelchairs 50% to 200% and is in discussions with domestic wheelchair manufacturers as the result of Mountain Marketing's efforts.

"I'm passionate about getting SafePath Enabled power wheelchairs on the market. Every day lost is a day of enhanced safety and mobility denied to tens of thousands of disabled in the U.S. alone," commented Paula Nelson, President, Mountain Marketing, Inc.

A discussion of the need for SafePath Enabled power wheelchairs and illustrations of what the final product will look like can be found in this report:

http://www.geckosystems.com/downloads/SafePath_Need_and_Benefits.pdf" target="_blank" rel="nofollow ugc noopener">http://www.geckosystems.com/downloads/SafePath_Need_and_Benefits.pdf

Demonstration videos of the first migration of SafePath navigation to a power wheelchair can be viewed here:

http://www.geckosystems.com/markets/wheelchair.php" target="_blank" rel="nofollow ugc noopener">http://www.geckosystems.com/markets/wheelchair.php

Technology Developments in 2012

Technology development progressed nicely this past year. GeckoConfigEd™ and GeckoVerify™ were developed as a result of what was learned in migrating GeckoNav™, GeckoSuper™, GeckoImager™, and GeckoMotorController™ to a locomotion system (a power wheelchair) not of the Company's design. GeckoVerify™ was developed to ease and facilitate the debugging of communications between multiple proprietary GeckoSystems AI software savants. GeckoConfigEd is a user-friendly program that is used to readily configure the nearly one hundred tuning parameters used by GeckoNav, the basic component of SafePath.

GeckoSystems' Current Share Structure

The company regrets that our OTC classification has been downgraded to "Stop" sign. While this gives the indication we are not active in our business activities to support all shareholders that is far from the reality. Since our focus has been on securing joint ventures and marketing, we simply have not had the time or financial means to update our Company filings and information on OTC.

However, we want to inform all shareholders of our current share structure since it was last reported June 30, 2012.

As of February 15, 2013:

http://www.geckosystems.com/investors/Investor_Information_Feb_15.php" target="_blank" rel="nofollow ugc noopener">http://www.geckosystems.com/investors/Investor_Information_Feb_15.php

Litigation

In November we secured a Temporary Protective Order in Georgia against Neil Wallace. To date we have not been able to convert that TPO to a Permanent Protection Order, due to inter state personal jurisdiction requirements, not the validity of the need for the PPO. We continue to work on that matter and will keep the shareholders updated. In addition, we are still engaged in litigation with Mr. Wallace and his parents in Delaware. GeckoSystems has a very competent DE attorney who is working diligently regarding these legal issues.

"To all our stakeholders, I am personally very appreciative of your long time support. We have worked over 15 years in developing our "mobile robot solutions for safety, security, and service™" and we continue to believe that our "family first" orientation has enabled us to survive the economic storms of the last few years. We resolutely continue our journey due to our desire to enable families to have a safer, less time stressed, and more cost effective means of caring for their loved ones. Our suite of AI robot technologies is very real, cost effective, and can be used to SafePath Enable mobile platforms not of our design or manufacture. We have several ongoing joint venture discussions consisting of one in Europe, four in the US, and two in Japan. Of course these discussions are sensitive and all parties are under non-disclosure agreements. Our prospects for near term revenues have never been brighter than what they are at present. So while I sincerely regret that we are not Current Information in our filings, we believe our limited resources are better focused on achieving revenues such that our 1300+ stockholder may enjoy the ROI they deserve," stated Martin Spencer, President, GeckoSystems Intl. Corp.

About GeckoSystems:

GeckoSystems has been developing innovative robotic technologies for fifteen years. It is CEO Martin Spencer's dream to make people's lives better through robotic technology.

In a recent Research and Markets report:

"The global service robotics market in 2011 was worth $18.39 billion. This market is valued at $20.73 billion in 2012 and expected to reach $46.18 billion by 2017 at an estimated CAGR of 17.4% from 2012 to 2017. The market is driven by factors like ageing population, value enhancement by robots, increasing grants and funds by governments, increasing venture capital investments in service robotics companies, enhancements in complementary technologies and integration of robotics with mobile technologies, other smart products, and appliances." http://www.researchandmarkets.com/publication/9rvoof/persona…

GeckoSystems projects the available market size in dollars for cost effective, utilitarian, multitasking eldercare personal robots in 2013 to be $74.0B, in 2014 to be $77B, in 2015 to be $80B, in 2016 to be $83.3B, and in 2017 to be $86.6B. With market penetrations of 0.03% in 2013, 0.06% in 2014, 0.22% in 2015, 0.53% in 2016, and 0.81% in 2017, we anticipate CareBot sales, from this consumer market segment, only, of $22.0M, $44.0M, $176M, $440.2M, and $704.3M, respectively. The company is presently securing funding for manufacturing, marketing and final beta testing of their CareBot.

An overview of GeckoSystems' progress and accomplishments containing over 700 pictures and 120 videos can be found at http://www.geckosystems.com/timeline/." target="_blank" rel="nofollow ugc noopener">http://www.geckosystems.com/timeline/.

These videos illustrate the development of the technology that makes GeckoSystems a world leader in Service Robotics development. Early CareBot prototypes were slower and frequently pivoted in order to avoid a static or dynamic obstacle; later prototypes avoided obstacles without pivoting. Current CareBots avoid obstacles with a graceful "bicycle smooth" motion. The latest videos also depict the CareBot's ability to automatically go faster or slower depending on the amount of clutter (number of obstacles) within its field of view. This is especially important when avoiding moving obstacles in "loose crowd " situations like a mall or an exhibit area.

In addition to the timeline videos, GeckoSystems has numerous YouTube videos. The most popular of which are the ones showing room-to-room automatic self-navigation of the CareBot through narrow doorways and a hallway of an old 1954 home. You will see the CareBot slow down when going through the doorways because of their narrow width and then speed up as it goes across the relatively open kitchen area. There are also videos of the SafePath(tm) wheelchair, which is a migration of the CareBot AI centric navigation system to a standard power wheelchair, and recently developed cost effective depth cameras were used in this recent configuration. SafePath(tm) navigation is now available to OEM licensees and these videos show the versatility of GeckoSystems' fully autonomous navigation solution.

GeckoSystems, Star Wars(tm) Technology
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYwQBUXXc3g

The company has successfully completed an Alpha trial of its CareBot personal assistance robot for the elderly. It was tested in a home care setting and received enthusiastic support from both caregivers and care receivers. The company believes that the CareBot will increase the safety and well being of its elderly charges while decreasing stress on the caregiver and the family.

GeckoSystems is preparing for Beta testing of the CareBot prior to full-scale production and marketing. CareBot has recently incorporated Microsoft Kinect depth cameras that will result in a significant cost reduction.

Kinect Enabled Personal Robot video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kn93BS44Das

Above, the CareBot demonstrates static and dynamic obstacle avoidance as it backs in and out of a narrow and cluttered alley. There is no joystick control or programmed path; movements are smoother that those achieved using a joystick control. GeckoNav creates three low levels of obstacle avoidance: reactive, proactive, and contemplative. Subsumptive AI behavior within GeckoNav enables the CareBot to reach its target destination after engaging in obstacle avoidance.

More information on the CareBot personal assistance robot:
http://www.geckosystems.com/markets/CareBot.php" target="_blank" rel="nofollow ugc noopener">http://www.geckosystems.com/markets/CareBot.php

GeckoSystems stock is quoted in the U.S. over-the-counter (OTC) markets under the ticker symbol GOSY. GeckoSystems is "Current Information." http://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/GOSY/quote

Here is a "basher free" message board devoted to GOSY:
http://investorshangout.com/board/62282/Geckosystems+Intl+Co…

Here is Spencer's LinkedIn profile:
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/martin-spencer/11/b2a/580

Telephone:
Main number: 1-866-CAREBOT (227-3268)
International: +1 678-413-9236
Fax: +1 678-413-9247
Website: http://www.geckosystems.com/
Source: GeckoSystems Intl. Corp









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15.02.13 22:42:29
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Das Teil rauscht nach oben nächste Woche - hier der Link : http://ih.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=56332953
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Sorry, Ende 2010
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16.02.13 19:48:15
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Wenn du schon mit so alten Kamellen daher kommst dann lies mal lieber diesen nicht so alten Bericht - dabei wird ganz klar hervorgehoben wie großartig die Arbeit von Geckosystems in wirklichkeit vor den Konkurenten ist

http://dces.essex.ac.uk/staff/hhu/Papers/CES-514%20Market%20…
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16.02.13 20:24:55
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 44.149.507 von ElfenbeinelaufenschnellermitKo am 16.02.13 15:30:12Hier was ganz interessantes:



GeckoSystems is now being recognized - you can't buy this sort of coverage. Recently it was ZMP confirming the tech, but there is more third party DD to be noted.

There is a UK charity that knows about GOSY and I expect they would buy wheelchair kits as soon as they are on the market. Here's a link to their independent assessment of the robotic wheelchair market. GOSY is the only one with a marketable solution.

http://dces.essex.ac.uk/staff/hhu/Papers/CES-514%20Market%20…

Kidela.com covers the company's fifteen year history.
http://ih.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=53995658


And my favorite...
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16.02.13 20:29:02
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 44.150.066 von jochen310771 am 16.02.13 20:24:55Hier der Link nochmals:

http://dces.essex.ac.uk/staff/hhu/Papers/CES-514%20Market%20…" target="_blank" rel="nofollow ugc noopener">http://dces.essex.ac.uk/staff/hhu/Papers/CES-514%20Market%20…

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16.02.13 20:43:25
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The key market players in service robotics industry are Honda Motors (Japan), iRobot (U.S.), AB Electrolux (Sweden), Sony (Japan), Fujitsu (Japan), Toyota (Japan), GeckoSystems (U.S.), and Yujin Robot (South Korea).
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17.02.13 02:49:30
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Ja, darum sind die ja auch so hoch bewertet...:laugh:
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18.02.13 19:47:02
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 44.150.344 von ElfenbeinelaufenschnellermitKo am 17.02.13 02:49:30Wenn du nicht zur Aktie beizutragen hast kannst auch wo manderst spielen gehen.



Investors: Press Release

GeckoSystems' Board Authorizes Additional Share Buy Back

http://www.geckosystems.com/investors/press_releases/2011021…
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18.02.13 19:48:43
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 44.150.344 von ElfenbeinelaufenschnellermitKo am 17.02.13 02:49:30Investors: Press Release

GeckoSystems' New Years Gift to Investors: Massive Share Buy Back


http://www.geckosystems.com/investors/press_releases/2010123…
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18.02.13 22:06:46
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Das sind ja alles aufgewärmte Kamellen von vor 1 und 2 Jahren, was soll das?
Authorisiert heisst ja auch nicht getätigt, oder wurden diese Rückkäufe auch tatsächlich getätigt, was mich wundern würde?
Zudem frage ich mich, warum eine OTC Firma soetwas veröffentlicht, wenn man keine News veröffentlichen muss, ja klar, Werbung.

P.S.
Wenn ich etwas zu sagen habe, sage ich es, Du hast immer was zu sagen und sagst es auch, nur leider stammt die Quelle immer aus einer Quelle, schade eigentlich und wenig aussagekräftig für eine funderte Meinungsbildung.;)

Weck mich, wenn der Kurs explodiert!
Wenn er implodiert, kannst Du mich weiter schlafen lassen.;)

Ich bin immer für Positives offen, sofern es mir gefällt.
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18.02.13 22:15:54
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P.S.
Ab 2010 wollte man bis zu 25% der Shares zurückkaufem, ab 2011 bis zu 7%.
Der Kurs liegt nun bei 1/10 des ursprünglichen Kurses.
Wenn ich den Trend fortsetze, dürfte GOSY garnicht mehr an der Börse notiert sein, weil alle Aktien theoretisch in GOSY´s Sharerepurchase-Programm verschwunden sind.:D

Entweder haben die sich total verrechnet, denn dann würden sie heute für das gleiche Geld alle ausstehenden Aktien zurückkaufen können, oder die hatten nichts besseres zu tun, als Aktien zurückzukaufen, obwohl man doch als Wachstumsunternehmen eher alles in Forschung und Entwicklung stecken sollte, statt in sinnlose Aktienrückkäufe, schliesslich ist man Top 10 der Robotikunternehmen weltweit, und kann sich keine Entwicklungsverzögerung erlauben.
Es dürfte in der (Hoch)Technologie bekannt sein, "die Ersten werden die Ersten sein" und bleiben.
Zudem, wo doch jedes Kind weiss, dass das mit den Rückkäufen an der OTC meist in die Hose geht, da die Kurse sich meist deflationär verhalten.
Kann natürlich sein, dass dies alles nur Absichterklärungen waren, um den lieben Jochen bei der Stange zu halten.:p
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19.02.13 22:37:17
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 44.155.655 von ElfenbeinelaufenschnellermitKo am 18.02.13 22:15:54Da du dir ja nicht sicher bist möchte ich deine Zweifel weitgehenst ausräumen - sieh mal hier die Aktienstruktur seit 2009:

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27.05.13 22:32:35
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Zitat von ElfenbeinelaufenschnellermitKo: Es dürfte in der (Hoch)Technologie bekannt sein, "die Ersten werden die Ersten sein" und bleiben.
Zudem, wo doch jedes Kind weiss, dass das mit den Rückkäufen an der OTC meist in die Hose geht, da die Kurse sich meist deflationär verhalten.
Kann natürlich sein, dass dies alles nur Absichterklärungen waren, um den lieben Jochen bei der Stange zu halten.:p




Naja den enormen Anstieg den jochen angekündigt hatte ist eingetreten - Sie hatten nicht Recht - es ging im Hoch bis auf 1 Cent also 900% Plus
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27.05.13 23:35:16
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Glückwunsch an ihn, hat leider viel zu lange gedauert und trat nicht innert der erwarteten Zeit ein;)

Daher stehts 1:1, da eine Verzehnfachung bei Pennys quasi Alltag ist und innerhalb von Minuten, bestenfalls Stunden mitgenommen werden muss. Zwei Monate auf dieses Ereignis zu warten, fulltime, ich meine das ist verschwendete Lebenszeit, da man hier sicherlich nicht Tausende investiert.
Und das Risiko wird ja nicht geringer dadurch.

Nochmals meinen Glückwunsch, ob das nachhaltig ist?
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15.03.14 20:25:04
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Auf Auf, das Robotikjahr ist angebrochen und ausgerechnet hier würgt die Musik ab......
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21.07.14 01:25:53
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You may check my linkedin profile - Paula Nelson.

I am marketing the SafePath Wheelchair for a JV and assisting Mr. Spencer.

The tech is real and so is the benefit to humanity - otherwise I would not be working for stock. Do you know how many robotics applications are grounded because of insufficent navigation? We have a fully portable software solution that can integrate with any appropriate set of sensors and any locomotion system as long as it doesn't depend on a horse, mule, goat or water ox.

Article in German technical mag:
http://www.geckosystems.com/markets/INSPECT_Article.php

Spencer has publicly announced that we are not participating in the OTC until we license tech and establish a revenue stream. Many of our stockholders are the engineers that helped to create the tech and we will not participate in the cheating of stockholders in order to benefit Wall Street vampires.

I personally believe that due to Mr. Spencer's efforts and my own efforts that GeckoSystems' disruptive tech will be recognized in the market.

Thank you to anyone who cares to translate this for me.


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