“From Math To Measurement”
Robert Ward: VP of Business Development at Kuva
In this episode Host Geoffrey Cann sits down with Robert Ward. VP of Business Development at Kuva.
Methane gas is more impactful on the atmosphere than CO2 because it degrades more slowly. The traditional way to measure gas emissions is from first engineering principles, whereby the design of a piece of infrastructure is mathematically modeled to predict the expected level of emission. However, over time, assets vary from their design and manufacture, creating a gap between predicted emissions and actual. New camera technology, edge computing, machine tools and better telecom networks combine to create continuous measurement that transcends measurement problems such as windy conditions, inclement weather, and night time operations. Benefits include lower costs, improved access to capital, and provable environmental compliance.
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