I asked Derrick this morning about his experence so far, here is what he had to say:
I have worked on the service side of LDAR for over 18 years. I have spent the late nights in the database trying to close out a quarter, I have spun countless numbers of tags onto components, and I have carried that TVA backpack up 100’s of towers. I worked for many great LDAR minds and have been a part of some extraordinary projects.
The greatest thing about my LDAR experience is that I watched it grow from its days of paper, pencils, and OVA 108’s to today’s wireless technology. I am very excited about my new venture into the world of LDAR. Here at LDARtools I get to be a part of the next generation of LDAR. I get to have a hand in answering and solving all of the questions and issues that I spent late nights and weekends worrying about.
I am excited to see the new hardware like the phx21 and the new software that will make the management and efficiency of LDAR a problem of the past. It is also exciting to get to work with some of the faces that I spent many years working side by side with, both on the co-worker and client side.