Finnish Clean-Tech Startup Revolutionizes Emissions Mapping With Drone-Mounted Sensors

Innovative Finnish cleantech startup Aeromon has developed a unique platform for rapidly mapping over 70 different industrial emissions. By deploying sensors in static, hand-held and drone-mounted configurations, Aeromon uses its cloud-based service to fluidly analyse emissions patterns in any industrial setting - including those that previously proved difficult to access. This enables Aeromon clients to save more time and resources than ever before when managing the environmental effects of their operations, and to protect members of the public from potential unforeseen hazards.

Aeromon successfully conducted pilots at the Ämmässuo waste treatment center (operated by the Helsinki Region Environmental Services Authority HSY, Finland) in 2015, and in oil and gas industry sites in 2016. The pilots demonstrated the potential to make significant efficiency and financial savings in process industry monitoring applications.

In each study, the lightweight, easily deployable nature of the platform made it possible to map large areas which would normally prove time-consuming solely on foot. When coupled with automated analysis and visual reporting, the whole emissions mapping process gains huge efficiency increases.

For additional information:
Juhani Kangasniemi, COO
+358 40 706 7054
[email protected]
http://www.aeromon.fi

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