The Power Play from The Market Herald releases new interviews with Datametrex AI, RDARS, X1 Esports and Nextech AR to discuss their latest news

Vancouver, British Columbia / ACCESSWIRE / September 22, 2022 / The Power Play of The Market Herald has announced new interviews with Datametrex AI, RDARS, X1 Esports and Nextech AR to discuss their latest news.

The Power Play from The Market Herald provides investors with a snapshot of what they need to know about the company’s latest press release through exclusive insights and interviews with company executives.

Datametrex AI (TSXV: DM) continues to work on the second phase of its $40 million AI project

Datametrex AI (DM) subsidiary Nexalogy continues work on the second phase of a $40 million Canadian artificial intelligence project. Marshall Gunther, CEO of Datametrex, met with Sabrina Cuthbert to discuss the news.

For the full interview with Marshall Gunter and to learn about Datametrex AI, click here.

RDARS (CSE: RDRS) selects ModalAI’s VOXL2 platform for Eagle Eye Drone

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RDARS (RDRS) has selected ModalAI’s VOXL2 platform as a key component of the Eagle Eye drone. The VOXL2 Ecosystem is an advanced autonomous drone flight suite to meet the requirements of Canadian Transportation Beyond Visual Line of Sight. Charles Zweepner, CEO of RDARS, sat down with Sabrina Cuthbert to discuss the news.

For the full interview with Charles Zwebner and to learn about RDARS, click here.

X1 Esports (CSE: XONE) has acquired the Rocket League community, Octane.GG

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X1 Esports signs agreement to acquire Rocket League Community, Octane.GG. Octane is the leading esports Rocket League statistics platform. Mark Elfenbein, CEO of X1, met with Daniela Atkinson to discuss the news.

For the full interview with Mark Elfenbein and to learn about X1 Esports, click here.

Nextech AR Solutions (CSE: NTAR) (OTCQB: NEXCF) Launches AI-Powered SaaS Software Platform “Toggle3D”

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Nextech AR Solutions Corp. launched. (NTAR) pioneered Toggle3D, a new AI-powered SaaS platform. Toggle3D allows you to create, design, configure and publish 3D models at scale. Nextech AR CEO Evan Gabelberg met with Daniela Atkinson to discuss the news.

For the full interview with Evan Gappelberg and to learn about Nextech AR, click here.

Interviews for The Power Play are released by The Market Herald daily. To learn more about the companies featured in The Power Play or to explore our other interviews, visit The Power Play from The Market Herald.

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