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How to conduct uav gas detection in harsh conditions

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Old 08-23-2019, 02:11 AM
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While the drones are used for gas inspections, factors such as wind speed and structure in the area can affect how the gas is dispersed, especially in bad weather. This complicates the ability to calculate and pinpoint the source of the leak, especially for emissions of one liter per minute. In most cases, the site also considers buildings, tanks, and other environmental factors. I know this may require more sophisticated flight plans, but do you have any better suggestions?
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Hey, most detectors have infrared light and can be set up to avoid obstacles.
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  • You can take data from different places and analyze it.
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Hey, most detectors have infrared light and can be set up to avoid obstacles.
Infrared can only detect obstacles, itself is not recognized, to avoid obstacles rely on the operator.
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As a practitioner of drone detection, I can tell you that bad weather detection relies on the experience of the operator and the performance of the detector. At present, our company uses a Niffer detection device, which I think is still very useful.
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