The Founder and Director of i-Vigilant Technologies
Prior to establishing the Company, he was a Metering Engineer with METCO Services. Anwar has over 12 years of industrial experience in oil and gas industry.
During his employment, he has gained much experience in integrating programs for metering system in terms of flow computer, human machine interface and gas chromatography by working for system integrator company, then he also gained much experience working for end user company being a metering technician which allows him to understand how the overall metering system works in actual site.
Both side of the business allows him to become a metering consultant that has both point of view of being service provider and end user that can provide a bridge between knowing the end user needs and what service provider can provide.
Anwar graduated with a Bachelors of Electrical Engineering from Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia in 2002. He then continued his study and received a Master of Business Administration from Robert Gordon University, UK, specializing in Oil and Gas Management. His passion in data processing combined with his expertise in metering allows him to understand how to design software for Metering system, how to deliver a factory acceptance test and site acceptance test including the commissioning of devices.
Anwar began his entrepreneurial career in 2011 when he formed i-Vigilant Technologies, which pioneered the launch of conditional based monitoring software for gas chromatography, GCAS®, in the industry.
In addition, Anwar has made many papers and presentations for many professional groups and events, most recently on the review of ISO 10723 performance test frequency. Anwar has filed three patents application for methods to analyse gas chromatography and sample let down system and so far has one of the filed patents granted on the GC uncertainty calculation method.
The head of software developer team
Ryan is the head of software developer team in i-Vigilant Technologies. Ryan joined i-Vigilant after graduating from The University of Manchester with MSc degree of Information Systems. Desktop-based software programming comes very naturally for Ryan as he has been building software since high school. Ryan started in i-Vigilant by finishing the 8 hours test provided to him in two hours.
Since then Ryan has frequently exceeded many expectations in the development roadmap, bringing many great ideas and visions that made GCAS® a great software that it is at the moment. There are still plenty of things and features to develop in GCAS® and Ryan is sitting right at the center of it to drive the development of the software to a new level.