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SensorUp Announces $1M in Clean Resource Innovation Network (CRIN) Funding to Advance Connected Work Technologies for Methane Emission Detection and Repair in Oil and Gas

Connected Work innovator SensorUp announced today it has been awarded $1M in funding as part of the Clean Resource Innovation Network’s (CRIN) Digital Oil and Gas Technology Competition as part of a larger $44M funding initiative to accelerate solutions that … Read More

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Frictionless in the Field Part 3: Connected Work for the C-Suite

The following article is part three in a three-part series about connected work. In part one, we explored a scenario from the perspective of the field worker. In part two we viewed the same event from the office. Here in … Read More

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Frictionless in the Field Part 2: Connected Work for the Office Workers

The following article is part two in a three-part series about connected work. In part one, we explored a scenario from the perspective of the field worker. Here we look at the same event from the office. In part three, … Read More

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SensorUp Wins Clean Resource Innovation Network (CRIN) Funding to Advance Technologies for Connected Work in Oil and Gas

Connected Work innovator SensorUp announced today it has been named a winner of the Clean Resource Innovation Network’s (CRIN) Digital Oil and Gas Technology Competition securing critical funding to accelerate clean technology development and commercialization in the oil and gas … Read More

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7 Key Takeaways from the OGC Climate Change Special Session

“If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it.” The quote is originally from management consultant Peter Drucker and later used by Al Gore to describe the challenge with climate change. It accurately encapsulates the theme of the Climate Change … Read More

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How an Integrated Methane Sensor Web Can Help Eliminate Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Methane is one of the most potent greenhouse gases affecting climate change. It will also likely become one of the biggest targets for regulation as countries aim to meet their climate change commitments. During the OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium) Member … Read More

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Frictionless in the Field Part 1: Connected Work for the Field Worker

The following article is part one in a three-part series about connected work. In parts two and three, we will look at the perspectives of a back-office worker and an executive. The alarm is doing its job. Graydon is now … Read More

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Technology’s Role in Slowing Climate Change

The UN Climate Change Conference COP26 kicks off next week in Glasgow and there’s sky-high expectations for how policies set there can impact humanity’s emissions to keep global warming below 1.5 C – the magic number beyond which the problem … Read More

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Building Momentum for Methane’s Moment at Glasgow

Global warming presents a clear and real threat to my children, and their children’s, futures. Why do I believe it? Because I trust the science and I’ve witnessed the very real effects in the form of local forest fires that … Read More

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Rediscovering the Joy of In Person Collaboration

Rediscovering the Joy of In Person Collaboration

Earlier this month, the SensorUp management team took advantage of a window of opportunity to meet in beautiful Banff, Alberta. For many of us, it was a first – first time meeting with the team; first time flying somewhere since the start of Covid; and for myself, my first visit to spectacular Banff as an adult. … Read More

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