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Kontrol Technologies Expands BioCloud Global Footprint

Kontrol Technologies Corp., a leader in smart building technology, is expanding its BioCloud technology to new customers in AustraliaFranceBelgiumTurkey and Germany.

“Real-time air quality monitoring and the need to create safer spaces has never been more important in order to get back to normal across the global economy,” said Paul Ghezzi, CEO of Kontrol. “Innovation is at the heart of our business, and we are pleased to expand the use of our unique air quality technology by entering additional markets with new customers. We continue to enhance BioCloud through ongoing software updates and expanded applications. We are pleased with our updated independent lab testing and we will continue to focus on growing our IP moat by expanding our patent portfolio to create long-term value for our stakeholders.”

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Kontrol BioCloud has released its new software update focused on an improved graphical user interface, enhancements to data logging, data exporting and more. Software releases are planned for up to three times per year with continuous enhancements and new features based on customer feedback.

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The Company has submitted an application for Government funding for Research and Development relating to an extension of the BioCloud technology for real-time sampling and early viral detection in critical water infrastructure. The Company has initiated a prototype application based on the existing architecture of the Kontrol BioCloud technology.

There are numerous applications for the BioCloud technology we are reviewing as part of ongoing research and development, including water infrastructure and agricultural,” said Gary Saunders, President of Kontrol BioCloud. “We are reviewing each of these carefully and will seek Government funding as may be available to support applicable Research and Development.”

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