The company has announced that it has made a significant investment in EMEA with new operations in the UK and a distribution partnership with UNITRONIC GmbH.
Gary Collins has been selected to lead the company’s expansion from an office near Chester in England. NevadaNano’s patented Molecular Property Spectrometer was developed to measure and classify a wide variety of combustible gases and quickly report any potential harm.
“NevadaNano’s gas leak detection technology has the potential to save lives and create healthier environments,” said Gary Collins, general manager, EMEA for NevadaNano Systems. “I am delighted to join the team and bring its groundbreaking technology to business and industry throughout EMEA.”
The company has also announced a distribution deal with UNITRONIC in the DACH region.
“NevadaNano brings important new technology that meets a growing need among our current customers and a wide range of companies in the areas we serve,” said Eduardo Schäfer, senior product manager sensors at UNITRONIC. “We look forward to a long and successful relationship.”
NevadaNano claims that the Molecular Property Spectrometer is the first new gas sensing technology for more than three decades. It was developed to help businesses create safer work, home and industrial environments. NevadaNano focuses on commercial applications, such as monitoring for flammable gas, new refrigerant leaks, methane leaks and indoor air quality. All of these applications are often tied together as part of IoT-enabled distributed gas sensing systems.
MPS was developed at the University of Nevada, Reno, and supported by DARPA, the DOD, and the Department of Homeland Security. NevadaNano holds exclusive licenses for 43 inventions and 24 patents for on-chip chemical analysis technology.