News & Publications
Monitoring airborne emissions is becoming more accurate
Industrial plants monitor emissions more closely than in the past, and the government more strictly regulate chemical compounds that can be emitted into the atmosphere. Companies like Aeromon that can better help industrial companies monitor what harmful chemicals are emitted from industrial sites have also emerged.
Interview with MEP Martin Hojsík on EU methane regulation
The new methane regulation in the EU will be a leap forward. However, according to Martin Hojsík, a Member of the European Parliament (MEP) specialising in methane emissions, several outstanding issues remain in the proposal.
Different methane detection methods work best when combined
Countries around the globe have proposed new regulations that would significantly increase industry requirements for measuring, calculating, and reporting methane. At the same time, companies are seeking better tools to improve data-driven decision-making.
Vopak & Aeromon
Vopak tank terminals measure the chemical quality and concentrations in the air with Aeromon
Press Release 5
Finnish startup Aeromon raises €4.8M in funding to help the energy and process industries reduce emissions, avoid product loss, and improve work safety.
Press Release 4
Aeromon and Nordic unmanned enter joint venture for the maritime emission monitoring market.
Press Release 2
Finnish cleantech startup Aeromon revolutionises emissions mapping through drone-mounted sensors.
Aeromon field engineer conducting UAV assisted landfill surface emission monitoring.
Company Brand Guidelines
The guidelines are a summary of basic online brand elements that should be used when designing for Aeromon websites, content and apps.