AVT New Wireless Control Patent Examined in Vending Times

          AVT New Wireless Control Patent Examined in Vending Times

Patent Seen as a Game Changer in the Industry.

PR Newswire

CORONA, Calif., July 2, 2012

CORONA, Calif., July 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- AVT, Inc. (Ticker: AVTC)
(www.autoretail.com) was featured on a front page story in Vending Times, the
leading trade publication for the vending, kiosk, and automated retailing

The article stated that AVT's new patent covers any system that is managing
multiple machines wirelessly. The patent will allow the company to license
their technology to other manufacturers and users, many of whom are already
using similar systems that may be infringing upon AVT's technology.

The patent contains 19 separate claims that include items such as the use of
touchscreen interfaces for item selections, information, and payments in
conjunction with wireless management.

The patent is seen as a game changer in the industry due to the enormous size
of the user base, and it catapults AVT to the top of the field as many vending
manufacturers and operators will now have to work out licensing arrangements
to continue using this technology.

To view the Vending Times article, visit:

For more information on AVT, please call 877.424.3663 or visit the website at

About AVT:

AVT, Inc. is a leading developer of automated and self-service retailing
systems. AVT is able to work with any size company to design a custom
automated retailing solution that drives traffic, increases sales, improves
security, and lowers overhead. With an in-house design team, software
developers, mechanical engineers and on-site manufacturing, AVT can take
projects from concept to completion with speed, economy and ingenuity.

AVT's stock is traded through the OTC Bulletin Board Markets, Ticker Symbol:

For more information on AVT or the Automated Retailing Industry, visit


Website: http://www.autoretail.com
Contact: RAH Marketing, info@rahmarketing.com
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