Oil and gas industry
- Detection of object technical condition defects: fractures, corrosions, damage to hydro- and thermal insulations etc.;
- Control of the natural environment ecological state along the route of the main pipeline, detection of sites and volume of ground and underground hydrocarbons leaks, polluted areas etc.;
- Analysis of pipeline crossing sections through water barriers, road and railway crossings;
- Studying of active fractures, ground cracks and their impact on the pipeline, state of strain and stress around the pipeline;
- Mapping of soils, waterlogged soil areas, salinity zones, corrosive-hazardous environments, melting and freezing soils etc.;
- Studying of current exogenous processes, such as mudslides, landslides, earthfalls etc.;
- Sections ranking by the degree of hazard, releasing areas for primary diagnostic studying.
Examples of use
Oil spill detection
The result of hyperspectral mapping classification
Spill areas are highlighted in white color
Applying of oil spill sections on the panchromatic image
Color image, taken directly on the area for results approbation
Gas and oil leaks in pipelines detection
Measurement of excess gas concentration above the allowable value without using additional reflectors and air sampling.
Methane concentration at each GPS point along the flight path using t-distribution with an accuracy of 95% to +/-1 values from standard value.
Illustrations of hazardous gases detection on the territory of a pipeline passage