Industrial processing activities can result in pollution emissions
Detection and measurement of pollutants produced by ships, as well as other sea pollution sources (Maritime Emissions Monitoring)
It has bee agreed to a draft of new mandatory measures designed to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from shipping. The IMO agreement follows the August 2020 publication of the Fourth GHG Study, which found that despite a 40% growth in maritime trade between 2008-2018, carbon intensity of international shipping improved roughly 30%, and total GHG emissions from shipping dropped by 7% during the same period. Responsible for 90% of world trade, shipping accounts for 3% of man-made carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. The IMO is targeting a 50% reduction in emissions by 2050 compared to 2008
Raymetrics LIDAR Systems have proven to be excellent on Particulate Matter (PM) plume monitoring.
Raymetrics team has avid expertise and know-how in the detection of emission and diffusion of pollutants from marine diesel engines. The combination of measurements with special atmospheric models can provide important, thorough and valuable information on the dispersion of pollutants
*Air pollution monitoring stations can be either at a stable point or in a mobile unit
Cutting-edge, integrated monitoring solution, incorporating the latest technological advances. This enables our systems to collect, process and analyze emissions data through proprietary made hardware and software solutions. We optimize and enhance the insights on the overall emissions impacting he climate of the port areas
Raymetrics is developing a unique cloud-based platform that integrates LIDAR data with other advanced sensors as well as other information sources to address specific client needs