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mCloud Technologies links its technology with SecureAire's in bid to rid coronavirus from commercial buildings

The firm is combining the air quality capabilities of its AssetCare monitoring platform with air purification technology

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"The key to bringing customers back and returning to profitability will come from assuring them these establishments are safe," said mCloud's Dr Barry Po

mCloud Technologies Corp (CVE:MCLD) (OTCMKTS:MCLDF), the IoT and AI specialist, is joining forces with SecureAire to create a tech solution to beat the spread of the killer coronavirus within buildings.

The firm is combining the air quality capabilities of its AssetCare monitoring platform with air purification technology via a partnership with SecureAire.

READ: mCloud Technologies says platform gaining traction as firm bids to help businesses get back to work amid coronavirus pandemic

mCloud's AssetCare is deployed via IoT thermostats and air quality sensors to adaptively ventilate and manage airflow, while SecureAire provides an air filtration system, which is used today in over 60 hospitals.

Put simply, SecureAire's system drives airborne contaminants to an electrostatic field that oxidizes and kills dangerous pathogens and viruses such as coronavirus (COVID-19).

"The key to bringing customers back and returning to profitability will come from assuring them these establishments are safe," Dr Barry Po, mCloud's president at Connected Solutions and chief marketing officer said in a statement.

"This combined AssetCare solution with SecureAire will enable business owners to confidently reassure customers, employees, and local health authorities they have taken decisive action to minimize the risk of infection in their businesses," he added.

"We have set up our teams to partner and target the millions of restaurant and retail spaces re-opening their doors in the coming weeks."

mCloud noted it had also released a 10-step 'readiness checklist' to help business owners evaluate the status of their indoor air quality, among other precautions, to ensure establishments are safe.

Via mCloud's AI-powered AssetCare platform, the company offers management solutions for three distinct segments: smart facilities, power generation, and process industries including oil and gas.

IoT sensors bring data from connected assets into the cloud, where AI and analytics are applied to maximize their performance.

mCloud Technologies shares gained 4.6% to C$4.29 in Toronto.

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