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Webinar – Remote Sensing for Cover Integrity or Methane Emissions – May 9

News | April 26, 2024 | By:

The Fabricated Geomembrane Institute (FGI) is presenting a live webinar – Remote Sensing for Cover Integrity or Methane Emissions – on May 9, 2004 at noon CDT. Pre-recorded sessions are also available:

May 10, 2024 at Noon AEST (Pre-recorded – Australia)

May 10, 2024 at Noon CAT (Pre-recorded – South Africa)

May 13, 2024 at 5 p.m. JST (Pre-recorded – Japan)

The webinar is free to industry professionals and students, the presenter is Art Mohr of Sniffer Robotics, a 1.0 PDH is available, and you can register here.

This webinar will describe the use of drones to detect methane emissions from landfills. Detecting methane emissions is important for reducing greenhouse gases and climate change. In particular, this webinar will describe the use of advanced drone technology for methane emissions monitoring and how it may benefit the geomembrane industry.

Arthur Mohr is the founder and CRO of Sniffer Robotics. Arthur has over 35 years of senior level sales/marketing, business development, and operational leadership experience in the waste, solar photovoltaic, and automotive industries at companies including ESI, Carlisle, Energy Conversion Devices, and Saint-Gobain. His experience extends internationally as well, with extensive business experience in various countries and an expatriate assignment in Germany. He has focused this experience in starting Sniffer Robotics – a leading technology enabled services company focused on emissions management and related services to benefit operations and the environment. Arthur earned a BBA from Michigan State University.

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