The SIFT-MS instrument was at the centre of attention, being a real-time, reliable and technically friendly solution for pin-point applications and aldehyde monitoring.


Sylvain Reissier Syft Technologies Mechanical Engineer

Sylvain Reissier

MSc


Europe Sales Manager

Sylvain graduated from Arts et Metiers Paristech Engineering School in 2014, and then graduated from Biomedical engineering Paris with a MSc in Neuroscience and Innovation in Biotechnology in 2015. His path brings him to academic research and Vision Science, studying 3D perception in University of California, Berkeley, and then retina prosthetics in Paris – Institut de la Vision.

Wishing to go back to industry and a more dynamic environment, Sylvain Joined Syft in 2016. After a couple months in Production, he joins the Development department designing Syft future products. He is the current Intern Coordinator, and also works with the software team on building a Data analytics platform.

Aside from work, Sylvain enjoys surfing New Zealand waves.

On November 7-8th, Advances In Air Analysis (AIAA) organized the 2017 International Symposium on Vehicle Emissions and Interior Air Quality to discuss the challenges facing automotive manufacturers and testing laboratories. It was a complete success, with speakers from China, Russia, Europe and the US, and more presenting to over hundred attendees at the Darmstadtium, in Darmstadt.

The evolution of legislation, and the harmonization of standards and testing techniques were the key topics, delivered in the form of presentations, talks and live demonstrations over both days. Click here to get exclusive access to content from the Symposium, in the following areas:

  • Standards committee members, International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
  • Car manufacturers, BMW and Ford Motor Company
  • Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), Eagle Ottawa
  • Testing laboratory, IMAT
  • Instrument manufacturers, Syft Technologies and Gerstel

The SIFT-MS instrument was at the centre of attention, being a real-time, reliable and technically friendly solution for pin-point applications and aldehyde monitoring. We believe that the instrument is now in the pipeline to become a reference in indoor monitoring, and will make significant advances to achieve a better air quality.

Syft Technologies at Vehicle Emission Symposium 1

Feedback from the attendees was excellent, as they were pleased to be so numerous gathered from the vehicle air quality community, with different backgrounds and locations.

“Amazing organization”

“Hard to top this event”

“Great opportunity to get ideas and broaden my knowledge”

Really impressive to see the capabilities of the instrumentation, thank you”

Watch for information about more AiAA symposia in 2018!

For more information on Selected Ion Flow Tube Mass Spectrometry (SIFT-MS) solutions for the automotive industry email us at info@syft.com.

 

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