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Emissions Radar

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Real-time Emissions Radar

Emissions Radar provides a visual view into how the asset/operations are managing the process - safely - from an emissions perspective.

The Emissions Radar provides real-time guidance to the operators on how best to operate the plant so as to reduce emissions. The radar screen indicates the key process areas of concern (example oil, gas, water, utilities) and as the variables that are causing emissions (or safety/production) issues approach the centre of the 'Radar' then these are the areas of most concern.

You will see that the Radar screen also changes colour due to the level of concern (or threat), operationally, (green, yellow, red) based on standard operating procedures, emissions, or safety concerns.

How it works

A stream of real-time sensor data from the control and safety systems is used as input to a model where a set of (emissions) objectives are used to determine which parameters may be used to improve operability and to reduce emissions.

We require a prioritized list of the key equipment and process associated with the most emissions (WHRU, gas turbines, etc.) and those processes consuming the most power (and resulting hydrocarbon fuels sources - fuel gas, diesel, etc.) and from there we create your Emissions Radar for your asset(s), up-, mid-, or downstream - the approach is very similar.

Our team of subject matter experts will work with you to provide this solution in a time and cost effective solution that deliver ROI in weeks - not months or years.

Download the free brochure: Kairos - Emissions Radar

The emissions radar screen user interface

Key Features 

Current plant operation mode is clearly indicated with clear colour codes...
  • Opportunities
    • Operate safely
    • Reduce emissions
    • Maintain production
  • Threats  
    • Close down not needed equipment/trains
    • Operate in automatic control - shut recycle valves
    • Identify filters blocking


Kairos Emissions Radar screen


  • Reduce greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions
  • Reduce flaring
  • Avoid blowdowns
  • Observe anomalies early
  • Avoid leaks and spills

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