Our company is developing an autonomous monitoring and response system, and, if possible, interaction with various kinds of emergencies from natural to man-made based on drones, AI, blockchain technologies and systems of clean, alternative power sources.
Our value is to make this world safer, cleaner, more prudent and improve the very quality of life in general.
Tell us about yourself?
I have always been focused on inventing something useful, necessary and important. Something that can completely change your life. I have watched for years in my life how people create unrealistically expensive nothing (No, this is not all companies, but most of them are).
Constant upgrades towards price, but not towards utility. How most ideas are discarded just because they can’t combine most things into one. As an example, the once famous Kespi project, which wanted to create incredibly powerful AI-powered drones, failed.
Why? Because they tried to put absolutely everything on one single little microchip. And no matter how powerful it is, it will not be able to work with both the OS and the OS in real time, and the power consumption of such a unit is simply cosmic.
I’m just tired of looking at how we are trying to reinvent the wheel, and yet nature and evolution have already created everything as it should, our task is only to accept this in our practice.
If you could go back in time a year or two, what piece of advice would you give yourself?
Stop being a prophet of the digital age, stop explaining to people how you can make money, take it and promote what you see
What problem does your business solve?
Our project solves two main problems at once. The safety of mankind and the environmental issue.
Our Argus system is a single AI with a distributed storage of neural connections and experience, which, thanks to a system of drones, allows you to monitor, search for and deliver cargo, clean alternative fuel, solves the environmental issue, including the absence of the need to dispose of batteries that wear out quickly on others.
This does not mean that we completely abandon batteries, it means that we use them much longer than others and not only them.
What is the inspiration behind your business?
The moral and ethical crisis that covers the planets is simply in terrifying progression. Looking at what is happening in the world, it stimulates even faster to create our system and work already 25/7, if only to quickly do something that will bring peace to people in this world.
Violence, suffering, pain, strife, crime, conflict, search for the missing, delivery of emergency supplies. This will all be decided as soon as Argus is launched.
What is your magic sauce?
We won’t go into details at this point as we’re in the process of getting a patent, which means we might lose our competitive edge, but in general terms, the answer is simple.
We are not trying to take the path of least resistance. All our discoveries, ideas, developments to which humanity comes a long time ago were invented for us by evolution, nature and the universe. Our task is to use it to the maximum.
Even the wheels and the spherical shape were invented long before man first carved it out of stone. We are not trying to create something lumped together, we are creating interconnections, collective intelligence, gradations of responsibility.
What is the plan for the next 5 years? What do you want to achieve?
Our task for the next 5 years is to make and scale the Argus system with maximum coverage, establish conveyor production at the most affordable price for the consumer and reach the level of development of medical robotics and robotics for domestic use.
What is the biggest challenge you’ve faced so far?
financing. The personal funds that we have been investing in development for 5 years (Starting from a basic drone the size of a box of chocolates and ending at the moment with a heavy structure for longevity) tend to run out.
As mentioned earlier, being a prophet of the digital age is tired. Even 7 years ago, I predicted the boom and success of the NFT direction (I called it differently). I said back then that in game development the future belongs to metaverses and user-developed content.
Now I say that the future belongs to our Argus system. It remains only to meet investors who are ready to believe in it.
Well, or they will have to invest in companies and lick their lips that they have not invested in it before)
In any case, we will bring this to the end and will not succumb to the fact that few people believe in us. So, if necessary, we will solve this problem ourselves and show everyone that they didn’t believe in us in vain)
How do people get involved/buy into your vision?
I would not say that we would like to reach out to Amazon so that they would work with us. Knowing their position, they are happy to go to the meeting. We would like to find investors or investors, a fund that knows how to be an investor and is ready to believe in us)