Saline MI, - May 2, 2011
Sensors Welcomes Dr. Bertrand Lanher
Sensors, Inc., the leading manufacturer of in-use emissions test equipment, is pleased to have Dr. Bertrand Lanher join Sensors' team, as Global Product Manager for the SEMTECH® LASAR. Dr. Lanher is an expert in instrumentation-based analytical chemistry, and he collaborated with AP2E and the University Joseph Fourier in the development of the optical feedback cavity enhanced laser absorption technology that is used in the SEMTECH® LASAR.
Dr. Bertrand Lanher
Dr. Lanher has 22 years of experience in all aspects of the development of analytical instrumentation, including hardware, optical accessories, sampling robotics, firmware, software and chemometrics methods development, with focus on GC-MS, FT-IR and Flow Cytometry. He spearheaded the development of over 10 fully integrated analytical chemistry instrumentation product lines for applications ranging from milk and dairy analysis to bio-diesel quality control, triglycerides analysis, and automotive exhaust real-time analysis. Dr. Lanher's PhD is in Chemometrics and Instrumentation from the Universite de Bourgogne. Dr. Lanher holds five patents in the US and France.
About Sensors, Inc.
Sensors, Inc. was founded in 1969, and has evolved to become the leader in developing innovative gas analysis technology, primarily for use in the transportation industry. The company has four decades of experience and expertise in the design and manufacture of measurement systems that are widely distributed throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia. Sensors, Inc. also provides in-field emissions and fuel-economy testing services covering a wide range of applications including on- and off-road vehicles and equipment, and marine, mining, and power generation systems. The company's emissions measurement solutions are used by government regulatory agencies and universities, as well as engine and vehicle manufacturers and their Tier 1 suppliers in the U.S., Europe and Asia, for the measurement of CO, CO2, NO, NO2, THC, NMHC, CH4, NH3, O2 and Particulate Mass.