Agribotix wins top prize at the CCIA Oil & Gas Cleantech Challenge


Agribotix principals Tom McKinnon, Paul Hoff, and Wayne Greenberg are joined by CCIA representatives Shelly Curtis and Chris Shapard at the Governor's Mansion after the announcement of the winners.

Agribotix principals Tom McKinnon, Paul Hoff, and Wayne Greenberg are joined by CCIA representatives Shelly Curtis and Chris Shapard at the Governor's Mansion after the announcement of the winners.

The Agribotix precision ag team took top honors (shared in a three-way tie with Gas Plume Imaging and WellDog) at the Colorado Cleantech Industry Association Oil and Gas Cleantech Challenge.  Agribotix was one of the dozen companies selected, from over 44 applicants, to present cleantech ideas to a cohort of oil and gas companies.  The event was held at the historic Governor's Mansion in downtown Denver and generously sponsored by Encana, Noble Energy, ConocoPhillips, Altria, Norton Rose Fulbright, the Colorado Energy Office, Pioneer Natural Resources, and Deloitte.

We made a presentation on several ways our drone data processing system could be used in the oil and gas area.  The use cases included monitoring of methane leaks from tanks, thermal imagery of operations, and assessing site remediation.