California Analytical Instruments Help Minimize Emissions

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For 30 years, California Analytical Instruments, Inc. (CAI) has been a premier provider of quality gas analyzers and systems for use in industrial, environmental, process, health and safety and automotive emissions measurement applications. They are committed to helping companies monitor and measure the emission of greenhouse gases.

Autodesk conducted an interview with Frank Smith, James Mabe, and Dave White of CAI, in order to take a deeper dive into the work they are doing.

Watch the full interview with California Analytical Instruments below:

CAI utilizes AutoCAD Electrical and Inventor to design and improve their analyzers. Using the features available within AutoCAD Electrical helps them achieve 20-30% time savings. They are also able to cut down the amount of prototypes by qualifying their designs within Inventor, thus saving time and money.

KETIV is proud to support CAI through KETIV Support, a comprehensive support package that provides data management, product set-up, continuous learning, and guidance to keep organizations achieving business outcomes and drive innovation.

For additional information on CAI, visit www.gasanalyzers.com and don’t hesitate to reach out to the KETIV team at support@ketiv.com with any questions you may have.

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