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CarSmartt and Archer Robotics partner to develop driverless delivery service

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CarSmartt, (OTC-CRSM) COO Vito Visconti announced that on January 25 ,2018 Carsmartt, Inc. had entered in to an agreement with Archer Robotics, LLC., where the companies agreed to establish a project and implementation plan to provide an autonomous vehicle platform for CarSmartt, focused on Parcels delivery with driverless cars.

Over the past 4 months, Archer through its Aitheon Team has been running a very successful ICO and to date has raised over $23,500,000.

Carsmartt with the help of Aitheon will launch the Carsmartt ICO. Vito Visconti announced that the ICO will be completed in approximately 3 more months. Visconti stated that this ICO will be sufficient to fund the Carsmartt application with Aitheon and implement an aggressive marketing program with its new CoinSmartt Token.

The alliance will allow Aitheon and CarSmartt to test and proceed with a packages delivery service that will use a fleet of blockchain-operated, driverless vehicles controlled by artificial intelligence. In the months ahead, the partnership will roll out in Las Vegas, Nevada, followed by Miami, Florida.

Aitheon's technology platform will power the driverless cars to arrive to the delivery location. Upon arrival, users will be notified via text with the location of the parked vehicle. When a user arrives at the vehicle to receive their package their identification will be verified, the car will unlock and they can retrieve their package.


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