On Board Cameras

SENSIA’s Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) cameras can detect fugitive emissions of industrial gases using the high-sensitivity gas detection functionality. This feature, based on advanced image processing techniques, allows to show these invisible gases as clouds of smoke highlighted against the background scenario.

RedLook analytics is delivered for post-processing of the radiometric or compressed video acquired during the measurement campaign.

Caroline Y ON BOARD is SENSIA’s latest model of Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) for unmanned aircrafts surveys. This thermal camera based on an uncooled detector, is able to detect fugitive emissions of methane (CH4), SO2 and VOC’s leaks down to 1,4 g/h os CH4.

The system integrates an on-board computer with Redlook Software which runs the gas imaging processing algorithms for gas detection.

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Mileva 33 ON-BOARD is SENSIA’s latest model of Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) for unmanned aircraft surveys. This high-sensitivity OGI is the perfect tool for aerial detection of fugitive emissions of VOCs.

The system integrates an on-board computer with Redlook Software for advanced visualization

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Mileva 33-320 ON BOARD is SENSIA’s latest model of Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) for unmanned aircraft surveys. This thermal camera based on a cooled detector, is able to find the fugitive emissions of VOCs and hydrocarbon gases (HxCx) down to 0.35 g/h of CH4.

The system integrates an on-board computer with Redlook Software which runs the gas imaging processing algorithms for gas detection.

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Methane fugitive emissions generated by the Oil & Gas industry during normal operation contribute in a relevant amount to the total greenhouse emissions released in the world. As a part of the mitigation process to reduce this fugitive emissions, the SENSIA’s Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) technology has gained high relevance in the industry.

This table shows the gases detected by each of SENSIA’s hand-held cameras