MyDx Inc (OTCMKTS:MYDX) reported that all previously announced variable debts have been met through the unofficial exchange of the Crown Bridge note and has even submitted a litigation against its ex-COO and other suspects who have tried to create a competitive benefit with its expected product release of its air quality sensor – AeroDx®.
On July 14, 2017, MyDx and its CEO, Daniel Yazbeck, submitted a case in Superior Court of California against many Defendants who have supposedly involved in unfair business practices, made untrue statements about the firm, its offerings, and Mr. Yazbeck at shareholder events and on web investor platforms. There lies no assurance about the outcome or the results of the case, however, the firm took aggressive measures it felt were required to protect its business as well as its shareholders.
AeroDx Sensors marks as the first of three expected versatile sensors to be released into the market and showcases the preliminary versatile sensor to be utilized with the new launch of the MyDx 2.0 Analyzer introduced in May 2017. It is projected to measure major air quality parameters for non-cannabis and cannabis customers, to be interchanged effortlessly with the ‘CannaDx’ Sensors.
Once ‘AeroDx’ Sensors are introduced into the MyDx Device, it turns an air quality tester with the capability to detect VOC’s such as Butane, Formaldehyde, Benzene, Toluene, Methane and other harmful chemicals like Carbon Dioxide, seen in the air. It can also assess humidity and temperature, which can help in preventing germ and mold growth. The firm is also in the procedure of customizing the sensor in attempt to ensure control and air quality in cannabis cultivation facilities as well provide a check for residual solvents in cannabis oils.
On April 30, 2017, the firm sent a payoff request to