OPTICAL GAS IMAGING DRONE Ventus OGI Integrated to DJI Matrice 300
Drone Hire Adelaide provides professional optical- gas imaging inspection drone – Using Ventus OGI Technology on DJI M300 – DHA is in R&D for this service throughout Australia using our advanced drone technology and licensed operators. DHA Partners with Caliidus Process Solutions to embark on and research this technology. Surveillance of major Gas leaks will be necessary to the crew to ensure they are flying safely over these high-risk sites. DHA is a specialist in this service to clients. The Specialist camera integrated onto one of the safest drones on the market is roughly $140k. DHA needs to be safe on hazardous sites; the operator will know if and when the drone is an unsafe region or gas exists using the Ventus OGI. They will be immediately able to remove the drone from dangerous situations. Can the company you use to do this instantly?
The Camera Mounts on the bottom of the drone and the H20T Camera can be mounted on top still for inspection work and still keeping the weight well under 9kg. ALL DHA have Atmospheric gas testing and are trained in using OGI technology. Contact us today to talk more. What is Optical gas imaging inspection?
DHA is a proud partner with a company focused on reliability. Big players in the Oil and Gas industry wanted to excel the rest and offer their clients a service that actually detected gas leaks. They had been using thermal imaging on the plant site, but this was not providing accurate results. We can detect the exact locations in minutes of potential gas leaks.
The Optical gas imaging inspection drone(OGI) camera visualizes gas so that you can monitor installations in remote or hazardous areas for gas leaks. You can catch dangerous, costly hydrocarbon or volatile organic compound (VOC) leaks and take immediate action through continuous monitoring. OGI cameras are widely used in industrial settings, such as natural gas processing plants and offshore platforms.
Why Can’t I use Thermal Imaging?
Most gases—methane, sulphur hexafluoride (SF6), carbon monoxide, and hundreds of others—are invisible to the naked eye, just like the gases in the air around us. But can they be seen with a thermal camera?
The answer is yes—sometimes. Most thermal imagers can’t directly detect gases, but OGI cameras are highly specialized thermal cameras that are spectrally filtered to visualize specific gas emissions.
DETECTS A VARIETY OF GASES:
Benzene, Ethanol, Ethylbenzene, Heptane, Hexane, Isoprene, Methanol, MEK, MIBK, Octane, Pentane, 1-Pentene, Toluene, Xylene, Butane, Ethane, Methane, Propane, Ethylene, and Propylene.
DHA has many research hours on this topic and is prepared to share its current projects.