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  • AirTest Technologies (AAT) has signed a contract to supply Western Allied Corporation with its newly enhanced parking garage sensors
  • The new TR2000-DIGI Carbon Monoxide (CO) sensors can be integrated with all varieties of advanced building control systems
  • The new sensors can be integrated with all varieties of advanced building control systems
  • Western will be deploying the new sensors in the Warner Brothers new US$1 billion Corporate offices development
  • AirTest Technologies is down 13.64 per cent on the day, with shares of the company trading at C$0.095 at 1:53 pm ET

AirTest Technologies (AAT) has signed a contract to supply Western Allied Corporation with its newly enhanced parking garage sensors.

The new TR2000-DIGI Carbon Monoxide (CO) sensors can be integrated with all varieties of advanced building control systems.

Western will be deploying the new sensors in the Warner Brothers new US$1 billion Corporate offices development in Los Angeles.

AirTest’s sensors are also about to be installed by Western at the Entrada Creative Office complex, a five level, 1,044 space underground parking garage that is part of the 1.3-acre Entrada residential-commercial mixed-use project in Playa Vista, California.

“Working with Alan at Western has provided Airtest with many leading-edge opportunities to apply sensor technologies. Energy efficiency is one of their primary mandates when developing HVAC controls and we are happy to be one of their go-to suppliers. This initial order for the new DIGI sensors is significant in dollar volume and confirms that AirTest’s communication protocol R&D, generated immediate benefit. Western’s high-profile large projects showcase AirTest technology and should lead to many referral opportunities. The new networked sensors could bring new sales where the most advanced building control networks are being deployed. This is a tremendous growth area for the company,” said AirTest CTO Mike Schell.

AirTest Technologies is a green tech company specializing in demand control ventilation systems that improve commercial building operating efficiency and generate proven energy savings. The company has developed new wireless sensors with dynamic real-time communication and control technologies, which builds upon ten years of experience and thousands of installations.

AirTest Technologies is down 13.64 per cent on the day, with shares of the company trading at C$0.095 at 1:53 pm ET.

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