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Published:
May 7, 2018

MINIATURIZED LASER POINT SENSOR FOR NATURAL GAS

UPDATED: November 20, 2017
PROJECT TITLE: Autonomous, High Accuracy Natural Gas Leak Detection System
PROGRAM: Methane Observation Networks with Innovative Technology to Obtain Reductions (MONITOR)
AWARD: $2,494,131
PROJECT TEAM: Aeris Technologies, Inc. (Lead), Los Alamos National Laboratory, Rice University
PROJECT TERM: March 2015 – April 2018

Posted: February 16, 2018
Published:
May 7, 2018

MOBILE LIDAR FOR METHANE DETECTION

UPDATED: January 13, 2018 
PROJECT TITLE: Mobile LiDAR Sensor for Rapid and Sensitive Methane Leak Detection Applications
PROGRAM: Methane Observation Networks with Innovative Technology to Obtain Reductions (MONITOR)
AWARD: $2,556,529
PROJECT TEAM: Bridger Photonics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Lincoln Laboratory

Posted: February 16, 2018
Published:
May 7, 2018

WEARABLE, CONTINUOUSLY MONITORING METHANE IMAGERS

UPDATED: January 15, 2018
PROJECT TITLE: goGCI: Portable Methane Detection Solution
PROGRAM: Methane Observation Networks with Innovative Technology to Obtain Reductions (MONITOR)
AWARD: $4,250,000
PROJECT TEAM: Rebellion Photonics
PROJECT TERM: April 2015 – April 2018
PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR (PI): Robert Kester

Posted: May 7, 2018
Published:
May 7, 2018

A REGIONAL METHANE MONITORING SYSTEM

UPDATED: January 16, 2018 
PROJECT TITLE: Frequency Comb-Based Remote Methane Observation Network
PROGRAM: Methane Observation Networks with Innovative Technology to Obtain Reductions (MONITOR)
AWARD: $2,125,469

Posted: February 23, 2018

ARPA-E's Methane Observation Networks with Innovative Technology to Obtain Reductions (MONITOR) program, now in its second year, is making tremendous technical progress in developing low-cost, highly sensitive technologies for improved methane detection and measurement in the natural gas supply chain. MONITOR technologies are addressing shortcomings of existing technologies through several innovative approaches – such as remote sensing, advanced dispersion models, UAVs, and low cost print manufacturing, to name a few – that can cost-effectively estimate methane emission flow rates, localize the leak source, and provide continuous and remote monitoring. As a teaser for the entire portfolio, learn about three MONITOR project teams developing innovative technologies to detect methane.

Posted: June 1, 2016

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