Decontamination Artificial Intelligence Platform

We can detect pathogenic bacteria, mold, allergens, viruses, and fungus with our artificial intelligence nano-technology platform. Our Cantibots, robots with cantilevers and other sensors, can detect matter in femtograms. In certain locations, we offer an initial scan for free. Our technology breakthrough will transform the relationship between people and technology, creating a healthier lifestyle and environment while eliminating the stress of cleaning. We are an Artificial Intelligence company that combines nano-technologies of cantilevers, robots and drones that utilize a machine learning platform. For free, our company scans and detects for indoor contamination and air pollution. For a fee, our company will pinpoint the hazard and eliminate that hazard. Then we hand the job off to the drones and robots to decontaminate the residential, corporate or industrial structure. Machine Learning algorithms learn from each scan thereby reducing costs so more people and entities in the future can afford our service.

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We combine Artificial Intelligence “learning machines” with aerial drones, robots, cantilever technology that analyze:

  • Exascale computing – use a billion calculations per second
  • Images – recognize certain characteristics of images and algorithms to analyze past, present and future data
  • Data mining - discover patterns of diseases and contamination
  • Is the space Toxic? What is causing the toxicity?
  • Cleaning forecasts using AI algorithms
  • Elimination of human error in analyzing and treatment of contaminated indoor residential and commercial spaces

Patent Applications

Patent Application Number: 62/968,410

Patent Application Number: 16/828,832


Cantilever Technology

Our Cantilever (Femtolever) consists of a Bio-Chem detection system using nanotechnology elements to identify, measure and detect minute particles (femtograms) of biological and/or chemical elements. Our AI platform can use data gathered by the Cantilever and determine if a space is toxic and what toxicity (mold, bacteria, fungus and air polution)is causing the un-sanitary conditions. We can also detect different types of chemical contamination. A cantilever is a beam like structure similar to that of a diving board. The structure is anchored at one end (usually vertical) and protrudes at the other end. A cantilever can also be attached to a flat, vertical surface such as a wall. Cantilevers can be constructed with trusses or slabs made of metal, fiberglass or silicone. When subjected to a weight at the protruding end, the cantilever bends. That bending is due to weight. That weight (measured in femtograms) can be calculated to determine what the particle may be that is being tested. Our cantilevers also use light as a measuring device. Our cantilever uses an array of boards to test particles in the air. Cantilevers can also test hard and soft surfaces as well as aqueous solutions. Particles obtained can be non-toxic, toxic, organic and inorganic. Cantilever biosensors are able to detect weight in femtograms.

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A drone or a “UAV” unmanned ariel vehicle is defined as a piolet-less flying robot. Our drones have cantilevers on or within the body of the drone.

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A robot is defined as a machine that is programmable and can carry out a series of tasks. A robot that is programmed and managed by an AI machine learning machine platform is a “Robot Learning Machine” Our Robots have cantilevers on or within the body of the robot.

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We have created specific algorithms for applications that disinfect an indoor environment using various AI platforms. We then apply numerous separate data sets managed by AI to determine what is needed, where it is needed and why it is needed all the while “learning” to carry out specific tasks.

Robots, drones and cantilevers through Artificial Intelligence “AI” platforms are replacing workers with new technology and machine learning algorithms. Indoor environments are benefiting from this new technology by learning about indoor environments, their cleanliness, the causes of un-sanitary conditions and the sanitizing of the indoor space. Cleaning up an indoor environment while continuing to maintain a clean healthy environment can be costly and time consuming

The quality of indoor life can be greatly improved by determining what actually is causing a toxic and unsanitary environment. Productivity can be greatly increased by having their occupants stay healthy. An unhealthily indoor environment with contamination and air pollution causes sickness and loss of workable hours. Causes of an unsanitary environment include but are not limited to: mold, bacteria, allergens, paint chips, chemical contamination from household and industrial products as well as toxic air.


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