MONITOR AND CONTROL FUGITIVE GAS
Oil and gas companies require methods to monitor derogatory events throughout their processes. Upstream, midstream and downstream, there are significant threats to life and property. Preventative and predictive solutions will increase reliability and maintenance, production optimization, field development, collaboration and safety.
Explosions caused by fugitive gases are only addressed today by after-the-fact air shut-off solutions. There are no detection and predictive tools that would both protect human lives and preserve site assets.
Additionally, the existing solutions do not provide a comprehensive methodology for catastrophe prevention and they do not capitalize on the historically relevant intelligence within the ecosystem of drilling environments.Explore More
LEADS TO REAL-TIME ACTIONS
Gas Activated Systems™, Inc uses its advanced Industrial Internet of Things infrastructure that includes state-of-the-art sensor technologies. Local, adaptive mesh communications, self-repairing long-range wireless and the backhaul to the cloud to monitor and control fugitive gas emissions at oil and gas exploration and production sites, refineries, storage and transmission facilities.
true IIoT for the hydrocarbons industry
Through this system, gas emissions are, mapped and analyzed 24/7 in real-time, providing the intelligence necessary for immediate control, as well as, collection and analysis of large historical data sets of methane and other explosive and combustible emission sources.
Advanced sensor technology measures a variety of thermodynamic and electrostatic molecular properties of sampled vapors, liquids, and particles. Subsequent action both in the sensor mesh network and in the cloud are designed to prevent catastrophic events, saving lives, valuable resources and assets. Data is captured, recorded, sifted, analyzed and visualized for the entire ecosystem through cloud-based architectural tools. Autonomous decision-making utilizing state-of the-art analytics and machine learning to minimize loss.