$GTCH "We are aiming for further advancements for health-related applications and we believe the contemplated external imaging system would add significant advantage, tissue imaging in addition to arterial view. As our Hermes capsule research is targeting to “look ahead” inside arteries, the external device is a combination of our medical robotics and Hermes capsule research to enable a completely non-invasive imaging system, very similar to typical ultrasound units. The research is focused on an external device using radio waves technology that will be transmitted into a designated bodily area for arterial and tissue imaging. Few methods of imaging will be explored to achieve a clear, high resolution 3D shots. It is contemplated as a real time 2D/3D images of the inner blood vessels and tissues using our AI image construction. The system is intended to be able to differ between tissues, organs and clogging materials as well as identifying tumors, Cysts and other foreign objects. In addition, using the radio technology the system will be able to construct a 3D video imaging of the scanned areas. The probe will be able to be mounted on a robotic arm to hover above designated bodily areas or manually held for more specific areas scan. The system will be using GBT’s AI technology and we strongly believe that it has the potential become a key apparatus within surgery rooms and clinics as a physician’s “eyes” helping savings lives” stated Danny Rittman, GBT’s CTO.