A substantial amount of data is produced through the application of our advanced technologies, requiring the highest standards of data governance.
The miniaturized nature of our instrumentation enables adaptability and portability that result in the ability to measure the air quality and air content associated with specific unique assets among a homogeneous group, such as a commercial trucking fleet.
As an example, a trucking fleet may consist of 1,000 similar trucks, and our instrumentation can be applied cost-effectively to 1,000 trucks simultaneously, resulting in one thousand unique data sets that must necessarily be maintained separately to mitigate the risk of data being attributed to the wrong asset.
The granularity associated with our instrumentation and data generated requires secure and trustworthy data management techniques.
Many asset owners are managing their assets in ways that result in a reduction in carbon emissions, potentially qualifying for standardized and certified carbon credit programs.
Our technology-based approach to generating carbon credits requires us to maximize data integrity by securely storing verified data for several years.
These data become auditable through the initial verification process and maintain audit-resilient for several years in accordance with greenhouse gas compliance management and carbon credit certification standards.
This auditability enables buyers of carbon credits to successfully manage and mitigate so-called greenwashing risks in which uncertainty could exist regarding the actual amount of carbon that becomes offset through activities associated with a specific asset.
For all assets that our technology can address, we are able to physically measure each asset’s actual emissions footprint with precision.
For those assets producing fewer emissions that can be attributed to a specific reduction or mitigation activity that is qualifiable for carbon credits, our measuring, reporting, and verification techniques underpin and solidify the reliability of the data being generated.
There is often times a market premium in the value of carbon credits generated by demonstrable carbon reduction activities that can be measured through insrumentation and stored for future audit purposes.