TWO Exciting Events in ONE Week...




Event #1

Come see us at the 33rd Real World Emissions Workshop, March 26 to 29, 2023, at the Renaissance Long Beach Hotel, Long Beach, CA. This event is being promoted by the COORDINATING RESEARCH COUNCIL.

The 33rd Real World Emissions Workshop honors over 30 years of research and contributions to ever-improving emissions and air quality and continues to evolve in response to research needs.

Highlighting new and novel research in topics relating to:

  • Fuel Effects on Exhaust Emissions
  • Emissions Modeling
  • Emissions Measurement Methods
  • Improving the Emissions Inventory
  • In-Use Light Duty
  • Off-Road/Non-Road
  • Emissions Control Measures: I/M, OBD, Technologies and Strategies
  • Air Quality / Effects of COVID-19 on Air Quality
  • In-Use Heavy Duty
  • Brake and Tire Wear
  • Particulate Emissions and Measurement
  • Electric and Hybrid Vehicles / Alternative Fuels and Transportation

The 2022 Workshop hosted over 200 participants from 11 countries and was co-sponsored by the California Air Resources Board, the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory, the South Coast Air Quality Management District, the Truck and Engine Manufacturers Association, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Event #2

Next see us as a Gold Sponsor for the 2023 OSAR Conference, at the UC Riverside Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering, Center for Environmental Research and Technology, on March 30 & 31, 2023, at 1190 Columbia Avenue, Riverside, CA, 92507

Kent Johnson, OSAR Conference Director, notes that his workshop’s theme, Moving towards Onboard Sensing, Analysis, and Reporting (OSAR) will focus on a wide range of measurement systems, activity measurements, as well as measurements of less traditional sources. The OSAR conference will continue to cover PEMS and onboard sensing systems, ranging from fully compliant regulatory PEMS (1065 Compliant PEMS), to mini-PEMS, to smaller systems, which include everything from micro PEMS (µPEMS), nano PEMS (nPEMS), in-situ sensors, activity measurements (PAMS), Real Emissions Assessment and Logging (REAL), to Simple Emissions Measurement Systems (SEMS). In this year’s conference, they will highlight the latest advancement in these systems, research based on making and analyzing emissions and activity with these systems, and how such systems can be used in different applications. In additional to these more traditional topics, this year conference will also include a focus on activity, emissions, and/or performance measurements from less traditional sources, such as battery electric vehicles and equipment, and brake and tire measurements. This emphasis will allow the conference to address issues related to zero emission vehicles and equipment as these technologies continue to expand into the transportation sector.

About Sensors, Inc.

Sensors, Inc. was founded in 1969 in the backyard of the University of Michigan and has gone on to become an innovative leader in the supply of gas analysis instrumentation. Proudly powered by our employee-owners, Sensors has built a strong reputation for solid engineering, manufacturing, testing, and customer support. For over 50 years, Sensors has developed a deep product portfolio to measure criteria pollutants, under the auspices of many different regulatory drivers. Our focus on the automotive transportation sector and specifically emissions from internal combustion engines (ICE) has positioned us well to now expand that portfolio into environmental markets like fugitive emissions.