LEGANÉS, MADRID, SPAIN – UC3M and SENSIA have embarked on an innovative venture, the MEMORy project, which focuses on AI-powered optical gas imaging to address global sustainability challenges, particularly in methane emissions reduction. This partnership represents a strategic collaboration that aims to revolutionize continuous monitoring (CM) technology, making significant strides in the fight against climate change and assisting countries and companies with meeting their emissions reduction goals.
- Develop the next generation of AI-powered optical gas imaging (OGI) for CM.
- Integrate novel T2SL Medium Wave IR (MWIR) detectors for enhanced infrared multispectral technology.
- Quantify methane emissions of flaring gases via radiometric modeling.
- Obtain third-party environmental compliance evaluation and certification.
- Establish a cloud-based ecosystem for RedLook technology and integration with third-party systems.
- Advance AI analytics with Convolutional Neural Networks (CNN) to achieve zero-false alarm level.
The anticipated outcome of MEMORy is the development of advanced technology to detect and quantify methane emissions accurately. The project will introduce an AI-powered OGI system, armed with state-of-the-art T2SL Medium Wave IR detectors, enabling precise monitoring of methane emissions in various industrial settings. The cloud-based ecosystem and AI analytics will enhance data management and facilitate a more efficient and reliable approach to emissions monitoring.
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MEMORy’s impact extends beyond the specific organizations involved, with significant contributions to various thematic areas, including Climate, Energy, and Mobility. By developing tools for greener and cleaner industrial processes, MEMORy plays a crucial role in advancing sustainability efforts and aligning with global emissions reduction goals. As the project progresses, it promises to make a lasting impact on methane emissions monitoring, contributing to a more sustainable and environmentally conscious future.