• Datametrex has graduated to Tier 1 on the TSXV
  • Tier 1 is the TSXV’s premier tier and is reserved for the TSXV’s most advanced issuers
  • Datametrex has completed initial development of an app that utilizes its proprietary AI engine to address the growing EV charging market
  • Marshall Gunter, CEO of Datametrex sat down with Dave Jackson to discuss the news
  • Datametrex AI is a technology focused company with exposure to AI and machine learning
  • Datametrex AI Ltd. (DM) opened trading at $0.185 per share

Datametrex has graduated from Tier 2 to Tier 1 on the TSXV effective February 8, 2022.

The company also reports that it has completed initial work on the development of an app that utilizes its proprietary AI engine to address the growing EV charging market.

Marshall Gunter, CEO of Datametrex sat down with Dave Jackson to discuss the news.

Tier 1 is the TSXV’s premier tier and is reserved for the TSXV’s most advanced issuers with the most significant financial resources. Becoming a Tier 1 issuer will provide Datametrex with further exposure and awareness for investors.

The EV charging app, developed using the company’s proprietary AI, will advise users of the best course of action to charge their vehicle based on time, cost, location and destination. Once launched, both privately owned and commercial charging stations will be able to register as a provider on the app.

Additional details will be provided as the initiative progresses.

Datametrex AI Limited is a technology-focused company with exposure to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Nexalogy.

Shares of Datametrex AI Limited (DM) opened trading at C$0.185 per share.

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