Vape Devices Evolve for Improved Performance
The technology for cannabis and hemp vaping is evolving to meet consumer demand.
DNA sequencing helps millions of people every year learn of their ancestry, as well as, identify certain health risks based on their genetic code. But DNA for cannabis? One Canadian company is changing the future of cannabis.
Home cultivators and patients alike have a promising future in cannabis technology as more companies like ExtractCraft and Oblend emerge to provide high-end, advanced technology solutions which make processing and consuming cannabis cheaper and more efficient.
Cannabis Tech interviews Peter Calfee, CEO of GoFire, about the company’s high tech vaporizer and associated app to be introduced to the market in late August, after three and a half years of development.
On the eve of legalization in Canada, there are still many questions swirling around field sobriety tests for cannabis. Just like in other jurisdictions with recreational cannabis, regional police forces are trying to grapple with roadside cannabis intoxication without a federally approved breathalyzer-style test.
Advanced technology is driving the cannabis industry, not only from the aspect of manufacturing and production but also in consumer technology. While the price of emerging technology can often keep it out of the reach of the average consumer, a few products have found their way into the market to bring science and precision into consumer’s homes.