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President of HEAT Presents EDAR Emissions Camera to UK Parliament


June 1, 2016
By Business Wire News

KNOXVILLE, Tenn.

Hager Environmental & Atmospheric Technologies (HEAT) was recently invited to present about their Emissions Detection and Reporting (EDAR) system to United Kingdom Parliament at the House of Commons. Yolla Hager, president of HEAT, said, “It was such a huge honor to be given the opportunity to present our technology to Parliament and the Prime Minister’s office at 10 Downing Street.” Yolla Hager, presented on how EDAR can provide a solution for monitoring real world driving emissions which can in turn help improve air quality in London. The issue of air quality in London can no longer be ignored. It is a visible threat that is killing tens of thousands each year prematurely.

Vehicles are becoming smarter and cleaner everyday, therefore a technology such as EDAR is a necessity to capture extremely accurate real world on road emissions data and driving habits of motorists in their natural environment. It is also extremely important to collect real world data to combat devices much like Volkswagen’s defeat device.

Yolla Hager’s presentation focused on how EDAR’s sophisticated and advanced technology works, the benefits of EDAR, and how it could be implemented in tandem with the Ultra Low Emission Zones (ULEZ). New London Mayor, Sadiq Kahn, is dedicated to solving the London air pollution crisis. His first major policy announcement in office was to tackle the air pollution problem by doubling the ULEZs. HEAT believes that the implementation of EDAR can assist with his goals.

HEAT would like to thank the UK Parliament and the policy advisors to the Prime Minister for inviting them to present on how EDAR may help benefit clean air zones. It was an incredible honor to be given the opportunity.

Hager Environmental and Atmospheric Technologies, LLC (HEAT) was founded in 2009 by PhD Molecular Physicist, J. Stewart Hager. Dr. Hager has over 25 years experience working with remote sensing technology, including consulting with NASA Langley on the ASCENDS satellite. The device developed by Dr. Hager, EDAR, is an independent emissions-testing system that measures pollution where it occurs, on the open road. Dr. Hager works with a team of experienced engineers and technicians, cumulatively, which represents over 80 years of professional experience. Please visit www.heatremotesensing.com for more information.

Hager Environmental & Atmospheric Technologies
Allison Kelly, 865-288-7890
Director of Communications
Allison@heatrsd.com