Trick’s knowledge of environmental protection and management to help guide company plans and strategy for transforming the digital inspection landscape
ARInspect announced today that Peter Trick has joined the company’s advisory board and will be a senior advisor to the team as they look to ensure the environmental health and safety of millions of people through disrupting how organizations plan and conduct inspections. ARInspect has quickly found traction with their platform for digital inspection and monitoring, especially within the environmental health and safety market, and is experiencing 10-15 time growth within installed customers.
In his work, Trick has been focused on improving the quality of life and economic competitiveness of the United States and developing nations by strengthening national, state and local government efforts in natural resources management, environmental protection, and infrastructure enhancement. Trick is a well-known industry veteran who most recently led Cadmus Group, Inc. efforts to expand its government services as a key member of the company’s executive leadership team, owning all sustainability practices that service the U.S. federal government and other domestic and international public sector markets. Before his time at Cadmus, Peter held executive positions at Booz Allen Hamilton, where he led the company’s Energy, Transportation, and the Environment client service solutions. He also built environmental practices at SAIC, Development Alternatives, Inc. and SRA where he served in executive positions.
Trick has led and contributed to the design, implementation, and enforcement of environmental programs, including community-based natural resources management, integrated water resources management, industrial and municipal wastewater control, air pollution abatement, environmental impact assessment, Federal lands management, mining waste regulation, marine and coastal protection, and hazardous waste management. In his more than four decades of professional experience in government consulting, he has led and managed business units of more than 1,400 employees and managed more than $7 billion government contracts.
Every day, citizens across America rely on thousands of federal, state and local government inspectors to protect the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the health and safety of the communities we live in. Enforcing regulations is a central mission of Federal, state, and local agencies. ARInspect’s augmented robotic process automation (RPA) platform is transforming status quo processes to deliver significant economic and environmental value.
The company’s cloud-based SaaS platform starts by modernizing the process of field data collection. Then using artificial intelligence, customer data, and proprietary third party data, the platform allows agencies to see and predict issues before they become a public health crisis.
“We are honored to have Peter’s support and confidence as we introduce our solution to environmental health and safety teams across the country,” said Vivek Mehta, CEO of ARInspect. “His insight and experience will help us hone our solution to meet the needs of this large market.”
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