Webinars Details - 4C Conference 13043

4C Conference 2020 Webinars

Fenceline Monitoring


James William Shinkle


Optical Scientific, Inc. (OSi)


Portable Hazmet System - Fenceline Monitoring


Accidents happen. Fortunately, there are analytical tools to help manage these disasters. Whenever a toxic chemical spill or accidental release occurs, it is imperative to know where the plume is and where it is going, so that evacuations can be targeted and critical manpower can be employed where it is most needed to save lives. Optical Scientific’s (OSI) HazMET100 is a portable weather station designed to be used on a hazardous chemical release modeling simulation. HazMET has been configured to work with EPA’s ALOHA dispersion modeling program, which was developed to aid in disaster management and generates a plot, which is easily over laid on maps in MARPLOT, Esrl’s Arcmap, Google Earth and Google Maps. The 3D compass equipped HazMET100 can be easily deployed at a dangerous spill site or accidental release in minutes without tools and then will transmit atmospheric data to a safe monitoring base site. OSI is a world leader in developing weather sensors and systems which have been deployed in critical areas such as airports, along highways and railroads, in forests, on data buoys and out in the Antarctic. We have experience developing sensors and systems for industry, the military and government agencies and can provide weather sensors and stations for a either simple or complex weather monitoring network around your facility.





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