GasCam for detecting and imaging invisible gases

Published on
January 25, 2024

Methane is a potent greenhouse gas, and methane leaks can have significant safety risks with undetected leaks seriously damaging the environment.

GasSight is a camera developed by researchers which produces real-time video images of gas. Although gases are invisible to the naked eye, researchers have developed a camera which uses single-pixel imaging to create colour-coded images of the gas, providing a highly accurate real-time picture of the scene.

Real-time video imaging of gas has a key advantage over conventional technologies in that it can speed up the time required to locate a gas leak. Watching the gas flow in real-time also shows the direction from which it is dispersing, and from this, the source of a leak can be determined. For gas utilities, and many other industrial settings, this technology offers reduced maintenance times for gas pipe infrastructure and improved safety.



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