ANALYZER: Improved Smartphone App
MyDX Inc., La Jolla, Calif., launches its feature-rich CannaDx™ smartphone app for both iOS and Android platforms.
Along with the wireless, multi-use MyDx™ hand-held chemical analyzer and its CannaDx sensor, this smart phone app is an integral component of the MyDx CannaDx system (now being distributed by Nanolux Technology) . Version 1.0 delivered a cannabis test’s Total Canna Profile™ (“TCP”) that goes beyond THC to encompass 20 or more key cannabinoids and terpenes, with compounds measured and combinations analyzed to correlate to a user’s feeling and ailment relief.
The latest CannaDx App is a major, next generation upgrade. Owners of the MyDx CannaDx system are able to more precisely build their own database and intelligent algorithms incorporating their own individual response to differing chemical profiles. This includes cataloging their personal subjective effects as well as to access the anonymous data of many thousands of chemical profiles entered by other CannaDx users.
“MyDx is all about empowering the consumer and prosumer alike,” said Daniel Yazbeck, company chairman/CEO. “This major upgrade to the CannaDx Smartphone App will simplify the ability for users to enter or download just the desired amount of information and data, more quickly than ever.
“Further, it also provides users with the tools for uploading or downloading more-robust data, or generating a more-sophisticated analysis of personal or aggregated MyDx community data quickly and conveniently in a user-friendly interface.
MyDx Inc. (OTCQB: MYDX), a chemical detection and sensor technology company based in San Diego, developed MyDx, a patented, affordable portable analyzer that provides real-time chemical analysis and fits in the palm of consumers’ hands. The multi-use MyDx leverages over a decade of established electronic nose technology to measure chemicals of interest. With its Canna sensor commercialized, it has four other sensors being developed in its lab that are compatible with the MyDx Analyzer and App.
“MyDx will now focus its R&D efforts primarily on the new MyDx chemical analyzer sensors in its development pipeline that will detect pesticides in food, chemicals in water, and toxins in the air, and we are very much excited about making announcements related to those verticals sooner than people might expect,” Yazbeck said.