How Scientific Aviation built a real-time gas leak detection system with IoT in less than 6 months
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Smart Gas Leak Detection
A free, live webinar to help you learn how Scientific Aviation built a profitable, solar-powered, methane leak detection device in less than 6 months with IoT.
Why you should attend
- Discover how Scientific Aviation harnessed IoT to help energy companies better detect gas leaks.
- Learn how you can use IoT to solve problems in energy and environmental-related industries.
- Get your IoT questions answered directly from the team at Scientific Aviation and from the Particle solutions architecture team.
Meet Your Speakers
President & CEO, Scientific Aviation
Stephen Conley is the president and CEO of Scientific Aviation, a scientific research company specializing in atmospheric measurements and emissions flux quantifications of methane, CO2, and other trace gases.
Stephen has long held a passion for aviation and airborne research, and even has a PH.D in atmospheric sciences and meterology from UC Davis.
For the past ten years, Stephen has worked with scientists to develop the latest methods and technologies in airborne atmospheric measurements in order to provide fast, accurate, and cost-effective solutions for leak detection, emissions quantification, air quality research, and more.
Enterprise IoT Account Executive, Particle
Lizzy Walmarth is an enterprise IoT account executive at Particle where she brings over 10 years of technology sales experiences from companies like Okta, Fuze, and Cisco Meraki.
Lizzy brings her experience in SaaS, cloud-based networking, and now IoT to help customer solve the problems that are key to their business, and achieve their desired outcomes.
In the past couple months, Lizzy has played a key role in helping Scientific Avitation deploy a large network of IoT devices to help energy production companies better detect gas leaks before they become bigger problems.
Senior Solutions Architecture Manager, Particle
Calvin Jepson is the manager of the solution architecture team at Particle where he brings over 6+ years of product management and software engineering experience in IoT related industries.
At Particle, Calvin has been responsible for helping customers rapidly develop smart connected solutions from design through development and contributes to the continuous development of Particle’s new products and solutions.
Calvin possesses a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from UC Santa Barbara and has a strong background in software engineering, data integration, and sales engineering.