Kairos Aerospace

Kairos Aerospace

Kairos Aerospace is an aerospace company that is interested in researching and engineering alternatives to traditional aerospace solutions

Kairos Aerospace is an aerospace company that is interested in researching and engineering alternatives to traditional aerospace solutions. The company was founded by Steve Deiker and Brian Jones in 2014.

The company looks to use hard science to build instruments that extract new forms of data from the physical world. They utilize proprietary algorithms to refine it into data products that produce business value. Some of their products include methane detection systems and aerial methane imaging. Their patented technology, the LeakSurveyor, is a methane spectrometer that measures the absorption of reflected sunlight by methane molecules. It is capable of measuring up to one hundred square miles per plane per day.

The company looks to provide their technologies to help clients detect methane leaks in locations such as North America, in the Permian Basin, Rockies Basins, Mid-continent Basins, Western Canadian Basins, and look to further expand globally. The look to work with the oil and gas industry to reduce emissions into the atmosphere, to increase awareness and understand the nature of methane emissions.

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Funding rounds

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Funding type
Funding round amount (USD)
Funding round date
Investment
Kairos Aerospace Series C round, April 2020
9,000,000
April 15, 2020
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People

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Role
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Ari Gesher

Brian Jones

Elena Berman

George Kirkland

Mike Bahorich

Rich Sorkin

Rob Verchick

Steve Deiker

Todd Stern

Further reading

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About Us - Kairos Aerospace

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EXECUTIVE TEAM - Kairos Aerospace

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Kairos Aerospace - Kairos Aerospace

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Who We Work With - Kairos Aerospace

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Companies

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CEO
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Kairos Aerospace

Steve Deiker

Methane detection

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