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New Member Highlight: SeekOps

SeekOps has recently moved across Austin from the lovely views of Pennybacker Bridge to a new location in Sheldon Cove, where its engineering and operations teams are refining their state-of-the-art part-per-billion sensitive, low-power and lightweight greenhouse gas emissions sensor for a broader range of industrial detection, localization, and quantification applications.

At this location we also have a flight test, training and research center, where we can train top tier industrial drone service providers (DSPs) to effectively deliver our emissions monitoring solutions globally. We have ongoing and upcoming jobs in the U.S., Canada, Argentina, the Middle East, and Australia. At this location we are also continuing to develop enhanced automation solutions to offer even more cost-effective solutions to our customers, the oil and gas operators — from supermajors to the smallest independents — as they embark on their decarbonization efforts and the path to net zero.

We are growing and deploying our sensor technology via unmanned aerial systems into a wider range of industrial applications. In addition to our presence in onshore and offshore oil and gas, we have been monitoring landfill sites, as well as the new biogas and biomethane production sites that you will see springing up over the country, adjacent to livestock and dairy farms. Indeed, with 15,000 biogas sites in Europe and 2200 and growing in the U.S., there are no shortage of opportunities to ascertain accurate methane levels from these facilities, and enable prompt and effective repair of leaks of all sizes, including the insidious hard to find small ones.

We are looking forward to engaging with the Austin technology and investment community (we recently closed an all-strategic Series B round), and leveraging the talent at great schools in the region as we have exciting job opportunities for software engineers, in addition to mechanical and electrical engineers.

Come fly around the world with us, and help us make it a cleaner place!

New Member Highlight: Ascension Seton

Ascension Texas operates a network of 14 hospitals and 120 care sites across Central Texas. Employing more than 16,000 associates, our areas of care include women’s health, pediatrics, cardiovascular care, orthopedics, and neurosciences.

Ascension Texas is celebrating its 120th anniversary in providing compassionate, personalized care to all, with special attention to persons living in poverty and those most vulnerable. We strive to expand access to high-quality, low-cost, person-centered care and services. And we continue to invest in infrastructure growth as we build new clinical programs and teams to help the people of Central Texas stay close to home for their healthcare needs.

As part of our mission, our organization has provided more than $540 million in charity care and community benefit in the past year. During the pandemic, we have continued to focus on the importance of relationships, teamwork, and collaboration. For instance, we have provided more than 200,000 COVID-19 vaccines in our Central Texas community and work to serve the healthcare needs outside the walls of our hospitals by providing community investments for organizations aligned with our mission, such as DivInc, Health Alliance for Austin Musicians, Starflight, Lone Star Circle of Care and American Heart Association.

Ascension Texas is growing alongside the ever-increasing population of Central Texas. We have a number of projects underway including the new women’s tower at Ascension Seton Medical Center, a fourth bed tower at Dell Children’s Medical Center, an additional Dell Children’s Medical Center North location in Williamson County and an orthopedic expansion that includes nine new locations that will make Ascension Texas the largest provider of orthopedic and sports medicine in the region. We are also expanding upon the options available to Central Texans in the area of transplants and advanced cardiovascular care, so that individuals can receive care close to home. These initiatives include a new Adult and Pediatric Abdominal Transplant Center and a new Institute for Cardiovascular Health, both in conjunction with The University of Texas at Austin and its Dell Medical School.

Ascension Texas is dedicated to transformation through innovation across the continuum of care, and we look forward to learning from and connecting with the members of Austin Technology Council.

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New Member Highlight: Knobbe Martens

Knobbe Martens is an agent of innovation, providing clients worldwide with forward-focused intellectual property and technology law service and representation.We are one of the largest and fastest-growing IP law firms, with close to 275 attorneys and scientists representing the complete spectrum of technologies and IP practice areas.
We combine unmatched technical and litigation expertise to deliver superior results in both transactional and contested matters, for both cutting-edge start-ups and established Fortune 500 companies.
Over the next year, and as a member of ATC, Knobbe Martens strives to expand our network in the Austin and Central Texas regions to help local businesses with all their intellectual property needs.
You can keep apprised of our updates and content at www.knobbe.com.

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