The company said in a statement on Tuesday that it has reached a deal with Alpine Innovative Research Inc, a producer of air purifiers for cannabis growers.
The rooms where cannabis is grown or processed can draw mold, mildew and other pathogens, the company said, a problem Alpine’s Air Sniper product is designed to solve.
NextTech will create a product demonstration of the Air Sniper using its AR University platform, providing Alpine with a sales tool that fits in their pocket.
“We wanted to use AR to generate a better understanding of our premium product offering,” Alpine President Stuart Henley said in the statement. “We believe the use of NexTech’s AR will greatly assist in communicating to our customers how Air Sniper equipment integrates into their facility.”
AR University works by turning companies' existing two-dimensional images, videos, PDFs and presentations and overlaying them with 3D-AR to create interactive training or sales experiences.
NexTech's stock was flat Tuesday at C$0.74 on the CSE and dipped 1.1% to US$0.56 on OTC Markets.
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