2017 was an extremely busy year for Syft Technologies in the automotive industry! We were involved in numerous webinars and workshops, and we published various articles, all highlighting the diverse applications of SIFT-MS. We summarize all these here!
In November, Syft Technologies was fortunate enough to sponsor the Advances in Air Analysis (AiAA) Vehicle Emissions Symposium, held in Darmstadt, Germany. The event was a resounding success, with attendees particularly impressed with the diverse background and locations of those gathered from the air quality community.
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
WEBINARS & APPLICATION NOTES:
We have been especially fortunate to have leading industry professionals, as well as our very own application specialists, covering a variety of relevant topics and discussing challenges facing the automotive industry. These have ranged from rapid vehicle interior testing to tailpipe emissions from vehicle exhaust. Still interested? Find out more about these amazing webinars below:
1. Automotive Material and Tailpipe Emissions Analysis with SIFT-MS. In this webinar, Yan Li and Chris Nones discuss exhaust gas analysis, emission screening of synthetic and natural vehicle components, and leak detection.
2. Rapid Vehicle Interior Air Quality Analysis with SIFT-MS. Industry Professional Dr. Michael Holzwarth and Yan Li review the applications of SIFT-MS, and the significance and measurement of volatiles in the automotive industry, emission chamber testing Spatial resolved “pinpoint” emission testing and whole-vehicle emission testing.
3. SIFT-MS as the single solution required for complete Vehicle Interior Air Quality (VIAQ) analysis. This webinar discusses the capabilities of SIFT-MS for harmful volatile emissions in motor vehicles – from component level to finished vehicles.
Interested in how SIFT-MS can differentiate isomers? Our applications scientist Anna Robinson provides an in-depth view of how SIFT-MS provides unsurpassed selectivity capable of separating ethylbenzene and xylene – compounds that have limited separation by traditional chromatographic methods.
Alternatively, have a look in how SIFT-MS stacks up against HPLC and GC-MS.