- Blackline Safety (TSXV:BLN) will now be accepting pre-orders for its new G7 EXO area gas monitor
- The monitors are used on worksites to gauge harmful toxic gases and alert users to potentially dangerous levels.
- The new model introduces 4G cellular and satellite technology and an extended 100-day battery life
- Select customers and partners are now conducting field tests, with a full product launch expecting in the spring
- Blackline Safety (BLN) was down 8.71 per cent, with shares currently trading at C$6.50 and a market cap of C$311.29 million
Blackline Safety (TSXV:BLN) will now be accepting pre-orders for its G7 EXO area gas monitor.
The monitor uses cloud-based software to detect harmful gas levels and alert users to potential dangers.
The new model introduces 4G cellular and satellite technology and an extended 100-day battery life.
Selected customers and partners are currently conducting field trials ahead of a public launch this spring.
Gavin Boorman, Managing Director of Blackline Safety Europe, believes the new product will be a great addition to the company’s stock-list.
“For the first time, businesses can remotely keep an eye on worksites alongside the safety of their teams using a single, seamless platform.
“G7 EXO area gas monitors, along with our G7 wearables, continuously stream situational insights to the Blackline Safety Cloud, delivering a complete picture of a business’s operations,” he said.
With connection to the Blackline cloud, the G7 EXO will automatically send alerts to all wearable G7 devices.
“G7 EXO makes it easy for companies to adopt the latest in industrial cloud-connected technology so they can focus on their work while accounting for the wellbeing of workers and facilities along the way,” added Boorman.
Safety aside, Blackline says that the G7 EXO will show the impact of cloud connectivity on all operational processes, including environmental, social and governance programs.
Blackline Safety (BLN) was down 8.71 per cent, with shares currently trading at C$6.50 at 3:32pm EST.