VUV Analytics to provide innovative gas chromatography solutions
VUV Analytics, Inc., pioneers in developing Vacuum Ultraviolet (VUV) Spectroscopy based analytical instruments and PerkinElmer, a leading manufacturer of analytical and healthcare instruments, announced a Global Solutions Distribution agreement.
Under the terms of this non-exclusive agreement PerkinElmer, Inc., along with their subsidiaries will be allowed to market and sell the VUV Analyzer™ Platform for Fuels, VGA-100™ and VGA-101™ detectors, and VUVision™ and VUV Analyze™ Software as bundled solutions with their gas chromatography instruments worldwide.
“We are thrilled to officially partner with PerkinElmer to accelerate the adoption of our technology. They have an exceptional global presence and are focused on technology innovations for a healthier world. VUV Analytics’ unique Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy technologies are applicable to many of the markets that PerkinElmer has a significant presence in. We look forward to a long and successful relationship with PerkinElmer,” says Sean Jameson, Senior Vice President of Business Development at VUV Analytics.
PerkinElmer and VUV Analytics will make their first debut as partners in the United States at the Gulf Coast Conference, October 14th – 16th in Galveston, TX. The combined Seminar Series, entitled “Robust, Accurate, Approaches to Solve Petroleum Requirements: Choosing the Optimum Detector by PerkinElmer, OI Analytical & VUV Analytics” will take place October 16th from 8:30am – 10:00am in the Iris Room, Moody Gardens Hotel & Convention Center. You can also learn about VUV Analytics products at their Booth #521 or PerkinElmer Booth #909.
“Gulf Coast Conference is the perfect setting for us to partner with PerkinElmer because our products truly align in the Oil & Gas sector,” said Peter Boler, VP of Marketing, VUV Analytics, “The Seminar Series is a great opportunity for anyone interested in the VUV Analyzer™ Platform and PerkinElmer products to learn more about both offerings in one place.” Further details on Gulf Coast Conference and the Seminar Series can be found here: https://vuvanalytics.com/event/gulf-coast-conference-2019/
Best Practices in Supporting Front Line HPI Operations Remotely in Response to Covid-19
To ensure employee safety, HPI companies had to quickly pivot to a remote support model with many subject matter experts (SMEs) and engineering staff working remotely supporting front line, sequestered critical operations and field operators.
What are the best practices and lessons learned from this new remote operational support model? What have been technologies and work processes that are enabling effective and efficient remote operational support? Is this the “new norm” going forward even when the impact of Covid-19 abates? If not, how will remote support of critical operations be changed?
If this topic and questions are of interest to you and your organization, please attend this special HPI webinar with a panel of leading industry customer experts who will discuss their perspectives. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions for the panelists.
May 18, 2020 10:00 AM CDT