NexTech AR Solutions, the leader in augmented reality (AR) for eCommerce and AR learning applications, has signed a deal with Romios Gold Resources a junior mining company, to deliver its 3D/AR omni-channel services to the mining industry.
The top 40 global mining companies, which represent a vast majority of the whole industry, reported some $683 billion U.S. dollars of revenue in 2018 according to Statista. The company’s industry-leading AR technology will help drive Romios marketing activities in 2020 and creates an enormous new business opportunity for NexTech, reports GlobeNewsWire.
“Romios Gold Resources is delighted to work with NexTechAR as we introduce Augmented Reality to the Resource industry together,” said Tom Drivas, President and Director of Romios Gold. “We believe there is great value in allowing potential investors and industry experts to view core samples from our exploration projects in high-fidelity 3D. Going forward we will look to find other innovative ways to leverage this technology into our various marketing strategies, and pioneer together, new industry standards.”
Evan Gappelberg CEO of NexTech comments “We are excited that Romios has adopted NexTech’s powerful and industry-leading augmented reality offering to drive its product marketing and client education activities. Our 3D augmented reality solution and our AR learning tools will help Romios to bridge the gap by showing what actual core samples look like in 3D/AR for investors and potential investors creating a critical use case to Romios and the mining industry. ” He continues, “We are always looking for new industries to leverage our AR solutions. The mining sector is certainly a new industry for us and we are the first companies to create 3D/AR core samples, which we believe could become a new industry standard for the entire mining industry.”
NexTech will be attending PDAC the world’s premier mineral and exploration mining convention March 1- 4th at the metro Toronto Convention Centre to showcase these core samples and mine for more business.
The company paid Octagon Media Corp. 150,000 options priced at $2.00 with a 7-month term plus $60,000 for investor relations services.