Cascadia Scientific, a leader in fuel measurement and analytics, and developer of SmartRView is excited to announce the addition of Dr David Reid as chief data scientist.

Dr Reid holds a PhD in theoretical chemistry from the faculty of Physical and Mathematical Science at the Australian National University. Having successfully pioneered mathematical techniques to approximate the results of nuclear magnetic resonance spectra, he is excited to turn his attention to solving complex problems faced by large mine operators.

Dr Reid said: “Working at Blutip is an opportunity to leverage my expertise in data science to make the world a better place. The work that Blutip is doing will lead to more efficient mining operations and a lower carbon footprint. That is a change I am excited to be part of.”

Dr Reid will engage customers on the platform, formulating innovative strategies to enable wide-ranging business improvement opportunities. His work to inform Cascadia Scientific’s technology roadmap will be equally impactful as the platform is enhanced to provide organic support for the strategies he develops.

SmartRView is a subscription-based platform, which combines precise fuel measurement, motion sensing, and vehicle network connectivity to inform use-cases relating to mine operations, maintenance, procurement, and mine planning.