TechRich Consulting

LEVERAGING TECHNOLOGY FOR COMMERCIAL ADVANTAGE

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Experience
Oilfield Service and
Supply Market

Experience
Industrial Sensors, Instrumentation,
Controls, and Electromechanical
Systems

Biography

How it started

Engagement Process

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Gordon Richardson
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617-504-3340
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Markets Served

The core of our work is helping clients who serve industrial markets exploit new, electronics- and microprocessor-based technologies. Frequently these technologies are coupled with new or existing sensors to bring to the market new instruments, sensing capabilities, or control systems, which may stand on their own or bring value to larger systems or service offerings.

Following is a list of the primary markets served:

  • Instruments and Systems used for Drilling Oil and Gas Wells
    • Borehole Surveying Instruments
    • Directional Drilling Equipment and Systems
    • Downhole Telemetry Systems
    • Hydraulically Activated Drilling Tools
    • Liner Hangers
    • Measurement-While-Drilling (MWD) Systems

  • Industrial sensors and instruments
    • Accelerometers
    • Condition-based Monitors
    • Magnetometers
    • MEMS and IC-Based Sensors
    • Pressure Sensors and Transmitters
    • Process Analyzers
    • Rotary Position Sensors
    • Temperature Monitors

  • Control systems
    • Distributed Process Control (DCS) systems
    • Machine Tools
    • Mail and Material Handling Systems
    • Robotics

  • Electromechanical systems
    • Fuel Pumps
    • Disk Drives
    • High-Speed Mailing Systems
    • Locks and Access Control Systems
    • Postage Meters
    • Plotters
    • Printers
    • Saw Mill System


 

 

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Gordon Richardson
TechRich Consulting
263 Commonwealth Avenue, Unit #4
Boston, Massachusetts 02116-1659
617-504-3340
gr@techrichconsulting.com



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