• Adapted gas sensing technology developed for NASA's Tera satellite for oil and gas leak detection
  • Core technology, called realSense, is a two-channel radiometer that mounts on a helicopter
  • Company says it can accurately detect leaks from a height of 1,000 ft, with a 210-ft-wide fi...

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