Turing Robotic Industries (TRI) has shipped its Turing liquid-metal smartphones made of TRI Alloy217, a liquid-metal that is tougher than titanium and steel, the company said.
The TRI Turing smartphone is made of a blend of zirconium, copper, aluminum, nickel and titanium and offers privacy through a security system inspired by Alan Turing´s work in cryptography. The phone uses offline encryption-key distribution infrastructure to verify and authenticate the identity of other phones without a third party. TRI has switched from Android to Sailfish OS to ensure secure connections between the Turing Phone and IoT devices.
Turing Robotic Industries creates phones that facilitate an offline authentication process through static key exchange, providing identifiers and connectivity for an infinite number of devices.