Can You See Gas? We Can!

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Can You See Gas? We Can!

Acquire aerial measurements for atmospheric gases with Satelytics.

  • Problem: Gas leaks create emission problems.
  • Solution: "See" and measure gases with Satelytics.
  • Benefit: Reduction in emissions.

Toledo, OH – March 4, 2020 – NASA Earth Observatory published an interesting series of pictures showing nitrogen dioxide (NO2) gas in the atmosphere over China during the coronavirus outbreak. NO2 is a gas pollutant associated with emissions from automobiles, industrial facilities, and combustion processes. The article states that the timing of the reduction can be linked to the spread of the coronavirus in China, where the response has been to shut down transportation and manufacturing to contain the spread of illness.

The images were taken from the Sentinel satellite, which is equipped with an infrared spectral sensor capable of “seeing” and measuring gases in the atmosphere. Satelytics’ customers have asked for measurement capabilities of numerous gases over the years and our suite of analytics can provide you with answers to your emissions problems. Our gas measurement tool is used by customers to seek out fugitive emissions of methane from their most important assets. Our team is proud to be working with industries to bring products safely to market.

Call us today if you have a gas you need help “seeing!”


Methane emissions from a well pad.

Satelytics Inc.,, is a cloud-based geospatial analytics software suite. Multispectral and hyperspectral imagery is gathered from satellites, UAV, planes, and fixed cameras, and processed to provide both alerts and qualitative results for our customers. Data can be gathered up to a daily basis and results are sent to customers within hours. This includes the specific problem, location, magnitude, and even qualitative information, which minimizes cost, impact, and operational disruption for our clients.

For more information, contact David Dunham,, (o) (419) 728 0060 extension #101, (c) (701) 213 0294.

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