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The so-called ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution is still in its infancy and is emerging in a series of ‘waves of disruption’. The third wave, namely digital operations promises to have a profound impact on product and service delivery, in many cases truly reshaping how value is created and business in conducted across the spectrum of B2B activities. This wave is facilitated by the emergence of artificial intelligence, robotics and the industrial internet of things[1]

Augmenting Current Offerings with Innovative Technologies

Within the environmental sector, the pace and extent of the disruption is as yet unknown, however what is clear is that technology will play an increasingly more sophisticated and prominent role in our industry.

At AmbiSense we believe that incumbent players should now start to look at augmenting & adapting their current products and services to incorporate innovative digital offerings that can open up new revenue streams and deliver value to customers in new ways.

Building Products & Services on the Ambisense Platform

To facilitate this adaption, we are launching a new technology development service to allow organisations to build & badge their own technologies using the Ambisense platform. This is a turn-key solution entailing:

  • Selecting, integrating and verifying the performance of the sensor(s)
  • Selecting filters to maximise sensor performance in the field
  • Design appropriate architecture to transmit & receive field data & verify the unit’s performance using our anomaly detection software
  • Build sleek visualisation dashboards to contextualise and derive meaning from the data
  • Run customisable analytics software to build powerful models, drive insight & predict outcomes

Why the Ambisense platform?

Measuring & analysing environmental data is made more complex by the operating environment itself. Fluctuant processes, changeable weather conditions, difficult to handle samples, sustaining power from batteries and a myriad of other factors require practical engineering solutions in both design and test & verification methodologies as well as deep sectoral knowledge to truly understand what the customer (and regulators) are trying to achieve and to align with the capabilities of the technology architecture.

How do I find out more?

If you are interested in exploring how developing new digital technologies might add something to your business, please contact us. We’ll be happy to walk you through the process and give you some examples of recent projects completed & underway.

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Steve Wilson

Steve specialises in the investigation, assessment and mitigation of ground gas and hydrocarbon vapours and is an Accredited Risk Assessor (ASoBRA) for permanent gases and vapour intrusion (he also acts as a scrutineer for the scheme) . He has written several key technical papers on this subject and has contributed to recent CIRIA, British Standards and Chartered Institute of Environmental Health guidance on ground gas assessment and mitigation. He was a member of the drafting committee for BS8567, Guidance on sampling of ground gas and the 2015 update of BS8485 on gas protection design (with 2019 amendment). He advises local authorities in the UK on planning, Part IIA and other issues relating to ground and landfill gas. He has completed several Part IIa risk assessments in relation to the risk of gas migration from landfill sites towards existing buildings, including options appraisals and mitigation design. He has designed numerous vent trench and barrier systems to prevent ground gas migration. He has recently completed work into the effects of flooding on landfill gas risk and looking at landfill permit surrender guidance in the UK. Steve has acted as an expert witness in court cases involving landfill or ground gas migration in the UK and Australia and for a site in Bangladesh where a gas exploration well had blown out. He has been involved in the design of gas and VOC mitigation measures for sites around the world affected by gas from various sources including mine workings. This has included retrofit schemes for existing buildings affected by gas ingress. He also provides expert support on ground gas to several Licensed or Accredited Contaminated Sites Auditors in Australia.