Blue Bear companies accelerate the development of a profitable and sustainable energy future.

Omnidian

Omnidian provides remote monitoring and diagnostics software for large portfolios of distributed solar power assets. The company’s focus on operations and maintenance technology allows superior uptime and end-to-end performance assurance for developers, investors, and owners across the distributed solar industry. Omnidian is based in Seattle, Washington, and San Francisco, California.

Mission Secure

Mission Secure is an industrial cyber defense company providing asset-level protection to critical infrastructure across the energy, power, transportation, and defense industries. The company’s integrated hardware-plus-software solutions can be deployed on existing control systems for cost-effective monitoring, defense, and control against active cyber attacks and latent threats. Mission Secure is based in Charlottesville, Virginia and Houston, Texas.

Shoreline

Shoreline delivers industrial analytics and simulation software tailored for the wind and hydro power industries. Shoreline’s technology lets operators, field services companies, and financing partners review complex asset development and operations scenarios at unprecedented speed, enabling better capital allocation and supply chain decisions. Shoreline is based in Stavanger, Norway with offices in Germany and Denmark.

Raptor Maps

Raptor Maps deploys computer vision and machine learning-enabled solutions for utility-scale solar assets. The company’s technology has helped accelerate development and improve performance for over 15GW of solar projects on six continents. Raptor Maps is based in Boston, Massachusetts.

FreeWire Technologies

FreeWire Technologies provides mobile energy storage solutions, enabling “electrification beyond the electric grid”. The company combines unique supply chain and distribution channel partnerships with innovative software engineering to deliver battery-powered electricity into large commercial and industrial markets, which have traditionally been dominated by diesel generators. FreeWire also serves the growing electric vehicle charging market with on-demand and modular charging solutions. FreeWire is based in San Leandro, California.

Everactive

Everactive (formerly known as PsiKick) designs and delivers battery-free industrial IoT sensor and analytics solutions. The company’s technology allows for low cost, long-lived, and intelligent instrumentation of industrial operations, such as steam trap and motor monitoring, that have previously been too expensive or dangerous to connect into the industrial internet. Everactive is based in Santa Clara, California and Charlottesville, Virginia.

Copper Labs

Copper Labs builds internet-of-things solutions that help utilities and supply chain partners leverage real-time energy data. Copper technology enables data access and analytics from existing electric, gas and water meters so utilities and network operators can address demand variability, perform outage management, and accelerate energy efficiency. Copper Labs is based in Boulder, Colorado.

Transect

Transect is a digital platform that automates environmental work for large energy and infrastructure projects in both development and maintenance. The company’s technology combines public and proprietary datasets, industry expertise, trigger-based algorithms, and site-specific context to accurately define environmental risk and regulatory or permitting issues related to endangered species, wetlands, aquifers, right-of-ways, and more. The Transect team has over 25 years of experience managing environmental compliance and permitting built into the technology. Transect is based in San Antonio, Texas.

Datch

Datch provides voice interface technology for industrial operations including sustainable power generation and electric vehicle manufacturing. The company’s voice-visual technology brings wider context and nuance to human and digital connections, improving the speed, quality, and experience of work for frontline workers, while accelerating knowledge capture and sharing for the organization. Datch is based in Los Angeles, California.

Mira

Mira is a visual computing platform empowering frontline industrial workers with hands-free real-time access to remote experts and augmented reality (“AR”) workflows. Mira runs on the smartphones that workers already carry and that enterprise IT departments have already permissioned, removing onerous hardware costs and integrations typically associated with AR. Mira is based in Los Angeles, California.

Past investments promote efficiency, safety, and better environmental management in the natural resources industry:

MineralSoft

MineralSoft is a cloud-based software-as-a-service business providing data aggregation and management for the underserved market of upstream minority interest owners. The company tracks mineral rights, royalties, land rights, performance and commodity pricing data to ensure owners receive correct payment (industry estimates ~10% underpayment) while optimizing workflow and building unique datasets. MineralSoft is based in Austin, Texas.

GoExpedi

GoExpedi is a supply chain procurement and distribution platform featuring an e-commerce marketplace for parts and equipment in the energy industry. GoExpedi’s platform covers over 200,000 SKUs and delivers unprecedented transparency, supply chain analytics, and customer / supplier discover potential for manufacturers, service providers, and operators across the industry. GoExpedi is based in Houston, Texas.

Element Analytics

Element Analytics is an industrial data analytics company bridging the gap between sensors and business insights. Element’s software processes and integrates large volumes of data from a wide variety of sources to generate reliable digital models of complex equipment and systems. This ensures “artificial intelligence” is based on consistent and reliable inputs. Element is based in San Franscisco, California.

Voyager

Voyager is a multi-party collaboration and workflow management solution for the maritime value chain. The company’s technology helps shorten voyage times, reduce working capital requirements, and improve operational transparency for shippers, vessels owners, and operators across the commodity bulk shipping industry. Voyager is based in Houston, Texas.