THOUSAND OAKS, Calif., Feb. 2018, Deep Rock Ventures, Inc. – With 3 U.S. patents under their belt, which include a total of 80 claims, Searchable.com continues to file additional patent claims for their mobile communications technology. This month they were granted 35 claim allowances for their latest patent filing with the U.S. Patent Office.
On the whole, the technology patents describe a media communications system that enables direct communication between mobile and desktop devices and geo-located businesses that are relevant to mobile and desktop users’ categories of interest. This system further enables real-time messaging between the mobile and desktop devices and websites by sending demographically and geographically distributed push notifications to those websites and devices. These geo-targeted media and multimedia notifications are selected by real-time machine-learned, high-probability consumer interest and those relevancy functions are continuously updated in response to monitored consumer actions.
This type of artificial intelligence, as displayed in the Searchable platform and corresponding smartphone apps, provides small and medium businesses with direct access to relevant and geographically proximate mobile consumers and the ability to interact with them. As a geo-marketing tool, the technology enables businesses to engage consumers with highly relevant messages and offers, based on their current location and preferences, and enables enhanced personalization with precise delivery of promotions and advertisements.
In addition to the 3 patents issued and the one currently pending, Searchable.com has other technology filings in queue as it continues to develop its patent portfolio in the mobile communication and geo-targeted ad space. The Searchable Platform is available on web and mobile and can be downloaded on iOS and Android.
Searchable.com is a technology startup founded and based in Thousand Oaks, California. Along with the consumer and business apps, Searchable.com has other innovative products in development that will reinforce the company's position as a pioneer in the interactive mobile commerce platform space. For more information, visit www.searchable.com.