Inspect Your Gas Assets
Fully Remotely and in Near Real Time

Spottitt MF employs satellite data and advanced machine learning algorithms to help gas network operators quickly and accurately detect pipeline leaks and other safety hazards, allowing to take prompt action to repair the problem and prevent any harm from further occurring and development

We are Honoured to Work with
Gas Utilities Worldwide

Gas network operators play a crucial role in society and ensure gas’s safe and reliable delivery to homes, businesses, and other facilities. As such, they are responsible for a wide range of tasks, including gas pipeline risk assessment and gas line leak detection.

Regular risk assessments of gas distribution and transmission pipelines are designed to identify potential hazards and risks, such as leaks or corrosion, that could compromise the safety of the gas network. By identifying these risks early on, gas utilities can take proactive measures to address them and prevent accidents.

Gas line leak detection is another critical task that gas system operators must perform. Even small methane and natural gas leaks can pose a significant risk to public safety and the environment, so it is essential that they have reliable and effective leak detection solutions in place. 

In addition to these critical tasks, gas infrastructure operators are also responsible for maintaining the integrity of their gas pipelines, ensuring that they are functioning properly and in compliance with all applicable regulations and safety standards. This can include everything from regular inspections and maintenance to the implementation of advanced monitoring and control systems, helping operators identify and address issues on time.

Wide Variety of Use Cases

Unlock Condition and Risk Based O&M, Starting Today

The Easy Way

Boost your risk awareness and mitigation with actionable insights derived from multiple risk metrics measured.  Enjoy your analyses in our on-demand platform and integrate them easily into your existing asset management and GIS systems for better decision making.

Accurate and Near Real-Time Results

With Spottitt, you get high-resolution satellite images and the most advanced artificial intelligence to get accurate geospatial data on every meter of your network, updated as frequently as every day. We offer the optimal solution customised to your specific needs.

At Scale, In Hours

Inspect at scale in hours, fully remote. Our monitoring solutions require no hardware, no flight permits, no time walking or driving, and then passing and standardising the data. No subjective measures prone to human errors. Also, important, our monitoring method doesn’t pollute the environment. 

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