Congratulations to the team from National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in Tsukuba, Japan, and Sophia University, in Tokyo, Japan! They successfully performed continuous field measurements of carbonyl sulfide (COS), which were possible due to Aeris Technologies… Read More
A team of scientists in New Mexico published an article showing that greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions were reduced when croplands included grass buffer strips alternating with cultivated corn strips. An Aeris Technologies’ MIRA Pico CO/N2O portable analyzer was used to Read More
SUMMARY Aeris Technologies discusses with Gas Pathways its high-fidelity, laser-based gas sensing solution, used to detect and quantify methane and ethane emissions at oil and gas facilities down to the part-per-billion. Q: Briefly can you explain how Aeris Technologies can Read More
Congratulations to the team at Linköping University for their work on drone mapping of methane emissions! Methane and ethane measurements were performed by a <2 kg Aeris Technologies analyzer. Sensitive Drone Mapping of Methane Emissions without the Need for Supplementary Read More
October 19, 2021 06:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time HAYWARD, Calif. & ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Aeris Technologies, a leading provider of next generation laser-based gas analyzers and leak detection systems, and Southern Cross, a subsidiary of Sparus Holdings and a leading provider of Read More
Aeris on forbes.com : Los Alamos Scientists Say Their New Technology Could Cut Methane Emissions By 90%
Published on Nov 23, 2020,06:00am EST at https://www.forbes.com/sites/scottcarpenter/2020/11/23/los-alamos-scientists-say-their-new-technology-could-cut-methane-emissions-by-90/ Scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory have developed newtechnology that they say could reduce emissions of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas, by up to 90%. In work funded by the US Department Read More
Aeris Technologies will have a booth at the exhibitor show of PITTCON in Chicago from March 2 to 5, 2020. Please come by to say hi and check out our latest gas analyzers!
Winners of the R&D 100 Awards have been announced by R&D World magazine and its new parent company, WTWH Media, LLC. The “ALFa LDS: Autonomous, Low-Cost, Fast Leak Detection System” developed jointly by Los Alamos National Laboratory, Aeris Technologies, and Read More
MIRA: A New, Ultrasensitive Middle Infrared Laser-Based “Lab in a Lunchbox” at the Optical Sensors and Sensing Congress
Dr. Jim Scherer, CEO of Aeris Technologies Inc., is an invited speaker at the Optical Sensors and Sensing Congress in San Jose, CA on June 25, 2019. He will present the latest development and results regarding the MIRA trace gas Read More
Video uploaded on the Youtube channel of the Los Alamos National Laboratory featuring the fruit of the collaboration between the LANL, Rice University, and Aeris Technologies Inc.