NACE Materials Performance Webinar
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has arrived within the cathodic protection (CP) industry, and just in time. Operators of critical infrastructure are under tremendous pressure from completely unexpected challenges due to COVID 19, with one pivot being forced travel restrictions on technicians and contractors who would normally be in the thick of surveys. The energy market as a whole has been hit extremely hard, and is moving quickly to make adjustments, with operating efficiencies and safety being top priorities, while at the same time considering ongoing industrial trends including next-gen communications, digital transformation, and shifts in regulatory requirements.
This webcast will present a new product – the RMU1 LITE – a fit-for-purpose solution that automates pipe-to-soil test station readings. Engineered to support high-volume deployments, this product represents Mobiltex’s continued leadership within the CP IIoT space. We will also present the new RMU1 G4 and INT1 products – the industry’s first battery-powered, GPS synchronized remote interrupter designed for critical bonds and galvanic anodes.
Tony da Costa, VP of Engineering – MOBILTEX
Tony has been with MOBILTEX for over 20 years and is currently the VP of Engineering. He is responsible for leading an experienced team of hardware and software development professionals in bringing the future product vision to fruition in a timely manner and ensuring that existing product feature sets grow with the needs of the customers. Tony also oversees all product and assembly processes within the company. Tony holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Electrical Engineering with Computer Option from the University of British Columbia.
Will Maize, Product Manager – MOBILTEX
Will started with MOBILTEX in 2019 as product manager, with the task of accelerating product development activities and to align with the direction that the industry is headed. Will has previously worked at an international market research firm focused on digital technology trends in built infrastructure markets and as a civil engineer in a variety of projects throughout Ontario. Will holds an MBA from IESE Business School in Barcelona, Spain, and a B.Eng. in Civil Engineering with Co-op option from Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia.