84th Glass Problems Conference Recap

VIM Technologies (VIM) thoroughly enjoyed attending the 84th Conference on Glass Problems at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio. It was a remarkable event that brought together the best minds in the glass manufacturing industry.

The primary goal of the conference was to equip participants with insights into the existing factors influencing glass manufacturing, available technology options, and upcoming trends. This event was collaboratively organized by the Glass Manufacturing Industry Council and Alfred University, earning an endorsement from The American Ceramic Society.

Participating as an exhibitor afforded our company an exclusive perspective to observe the event’s key moments and interact with its attendees. The conference served as a hub of innovation, featuring diverse sessions, symposiums, and discussions. Notably, the focal point was the symposium entitled “The Future of Glass Manufacturing,” which delved into various technologies for energy and carbon savings, as well as advancements in furnace and refractory design.

It was great to connect with industry leaders, potential clients, and fellow exhibitors, all sharing a common passion for the glass manufacturing industry. We look forward to the next conference.

AREGC 2023

VIM Technologies (VIM) participated in the 72nd annual AREGC Exhibit and Conference held in Park City, Utah.  The theme of the meeting was Bridging the Future of Power Generation, and it certainly delivered on this theme.  Odette Alsen, West Regional Sales Manager, represented VIM Technologies as we participated in this conference as a sponsor for the first time.Read more »

65th Annual IEEE-IAS/PCA Cement Conference Recap

VIM was thrilled to continue support of the PCA by participating in the 65th annual IEEE-IAS/PCA Cement Conference, April 23-27 at the Hilton Anatole Hotel in Dallas. The event had an excellent technical lineup covering all aspects of the industry, including hot topics like AI, carbon sequestration, sustainability, and an economic outlook. Brian Shul provided a very inspiring and motivating keynote, thank you Brian for your service and sharing your story. It was also great to see and have time with so many partners, customers, and friends at the receptions and have the opportunity to meet a number of new individuals during the networking events. We look forward to seeing everyone next year in Denver!

If you would like to learn more about the Portland Cement Association PCA and their technical workshops, please visit https://www.cement.org/

We sadly learned that Brian Shul passed away shortly after this event on May 20th, 2023. Our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family. You can learn more about Brian Shul here https://sleddriver.square.site/


EPRI 2023 Recap

VIM Technologies (VIM) thoroughly enjoyed attending the 31st annual EPRI Continuous Emission Monitoring User Group (CEMUG) Conference held in Louisville, Kentucky.  There was definitely a regulatory buzz about the 2023 EPRI Conference with the transition to ECMPS 2.0 in full swing, the final Good Neighbor Plan (GNP) Rule recently signed and proposed revisions to the MATS Rule (Subpart UUUUU to 40 CFR Part 63) published in the Federal Register.  Larry Fisher, NE Regional Sales Manager, Rudi Muenster, Manager of Environmental Products, Andy Rothenberger, National Sales Director, and Dru Sanders, Senior Air Compliance Specialist, represented VIM at the conference.  Rudi also delivered a presentation on Low Mass Emission EDR Solutions for ECMPS 2.0.  Following the submittal deadline for the 2023-Q4 electronic data reports (EDRs), ECMPS 2.0 will not support the generation of low mass emission (LME) unit EDRs.  A copy of Rudi’s presentation is available here.Read more »

VIM Technologies Unveils New LME EDR Solutions at EPRI

We are thrilled to announce that VIM Technologies will be exhibiting and presenting at the 31st Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) Continuous Emissions Monitoring User Group Meeting. This premier event is scheduled to take place on May 16-17, 2023, at The Galt House in Louisville, Kentucky.

As a leading provider of emissions monitoring software, we are excited to bring our latest solutions to the forefront and share our industry insights with attendees. Our VP of Environmental Products, Rudi Muesnster, will present on LME EDR Solutions for ECMPS 2.0. The presentation will cover the re-engineering effort of the Emissions Collection and Monitoring Plan System (ECMPS) Client Tool and its direct impact on Low Mass Emitter (LME) sources. With the introduction of the new web-based ECMPS 2.0 reporting tool, a key feature of the original ECMPS client tool will no longer be available. We will provide industry alternatives and options for generating LME EDRs without the burden and cost of installing a full-blown Data Acquisition and Handling System (DAHS). We invite you to attend this presentation!

We also invite you to visit our booth. Our team will be available to answer questions and demonstrate our software solutions. You can find us at Booth #3.

The EPRI Continuous Emissions Monitoring User Group Meeting. is an excellent opportunity for industry professionals to network, learn, and stay up-to-date on the latest developments in continuous emissions monitoring.

VIM Technologies Attended the 2023 Analyzer Technology Conference

VIM Technologies had a wonderful time participating in the annual Analyzer Technology Conference held at the Galveston Island Convention Center in Galveston, Texas. The 2023 ATC Conference was filled with comprehensive training sessions and offered several exposition opportunities. This year’s conference focused on analysis and measurement in the chemical processing industries. Read more »

CAPCA’s 54th Annual Spring Technical Workshop and Forum

The 54th Annual Spring Technical Workshop and Forum hosted by CAPCA was another successful event! VIM is proud to participate and support the CAPCA association and their annual event, especially this spring alongside two of our valued partners, Nucor Steel and Duke Energy. The event had an excellent technical lineup beginning with a number of compliance shorts focusing on air emissions monitoring to EPA and NC & SC state regulatory updates. Hot topics like PFAS were also covered. The Thursday evening symposium was “Out of this world” with some great alien costumes, food and networking. It was great seeing many familiar faces and meeting a number of new ones.

If you would like to learn more about CAPCA and their technical workshops, please visit https://www.capca-carolinas.org

EPIC Conference & Exhibit 2023

Energy, Progress, and Innovation Conference (EPIC) returned to Bismarck, North Dakota in January 2023.

The EPIC Conference and Exhibit was held last week in Bismarck, ND with over 1000 participants from 30 states.   The conference brought together professionals from the energy, utilities, and the environment sectors.  VIM Technologies was proud to be in attendance to support the EPIC organization, and to support our current and future clients.  Read more »

VIM Sponsored The 2022 IEEE East Coast Conference

VIM Technologies was pleased to attend the 2022 IEEE East Coast Conference on October 20 & 21, a technical conference for Cement Operators, in Birmingham, Alabama. The event, hosted at the Birmingham Double Tree Hotel-Premier Park Center, had nearly 150 attendees and over 26 sponsors from all business areas affecting cement production. VIM participated as a sponsor and connected with many of our cement clients who also attended the conference. The East Coast Subcommittee of the IEEE-IAS-PCA Cement Industry Committee put on the program to provide local plant personnel with timely technical information. The conference included technical workshops, a vendor-sponsored evening reception, a two-track technical session, and an afternoon plant tour. The technical session provided attendees with opportunities to learn more about various subjects such as alternative fuels, carbon reduction, human resource retention, and managing change through digital transformation.Read more »