University of Leeds School of Earth and Environment has invited GHGSat to introduce the emissions monitoring capability of their commercial satellites. Moderated by Dr. Chris Wilson from Leeds, the session will begin with a short introduction to GHGSat and an example of how the data is being used in practice for real-world emissions reduction. The session will progress to a deeper dive into the science and technology capability of the high-resolution satellites.
This session will give non-experts a good introduction to the state-of-the-art methane emissions monitoring capability in orbit today. It will also give remote sensing specialists a brief technical introduction to the technology.
The session is open to scientists across the UK and internationally.
GHGSat uses its own satellites and aircraft sensors to measure greenhouse gas emissions directly from industrial sites, providing actionable insights to businesses, governments, and regulators. With proprietary and patented remote-sensing technology, GHGSat enables strategic decision-making through monitoring and analytics services with better accuracy and greater frequency at a fraction of the cost of other technologies
• Date: Wednesday, July 6, 2022
• Time: 2PM British Summer Time (BST)
• Register below.