NexTech signs AR e-Commerce deal with cannabis air purification company Alpine Innovative Research Inc.

August 14th, 2019 – NexTech AR Solutions has announced that it has entered into an agreement with Alpine Innovative Research Inc., an air purification company to the Cannabis industry. Alpine Innovative Research Inc. uses technology and components from around the world, but the design and manufacture of the company’s product takes place in Calgary, Alberta.

Alpine Innovative Research Inc. sells technologically advanced air filtration products which help to protect grow and processing rooms from pathogens such as mold, mildew, bacteria and viruses.

“NexTech and Alpine Innovative Research Inc. are engaged in exploring and leveraging the various benefits of augmented reality for its clean-air products especially for the Cannabis industry. Focusing on the Air Sniper Ultra NexTech will be creating and adapting it’s webAR and AR University platform to facilitate product demonstrations and create a mobile sales tool for Alpine Innovative Research Inc. staff to carry with them wherever they go.” Commented Evan Gappelberg, CEO of NexTech AR Solutions.

Said Stuart Henley, President of Alpine Innovative Research, said: “As a company focused on providing innovative products to the industry, we saw AR as an opportunity to assist in setting Air Sniper further apart from competitors.” He added, “We wanted to use AR to generate a better understanding of our premium product offering and we believe the use of NexTech’s AR will greatly assist in communicating to our customers how Air Sniper equipment integrates into their facility. We see AR as a tool to elevate our client experience and to quickly become an industry leader.”

Image credit: NexTech/Alpine Innovative Research Inc.

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