Rebellion Photonics’ Gas Cloud Imaging (GCI) cameras use proprietary hyperspectral imaging technology to capture both visible spectrum and infrared video, detecting gas releases as far as two miles away. Our self-calibrating hardware is typically 100 times more accurate at detecting leaks than traditional hardware, eliminating the need for additional gas detection equipment. Unlike traditional detectors, Rebellion’s GCI technology both sees and quantifies gas leaks for all hydrocarbons, like methane, and other dangerous gases, such as hydrogen sulfide. In addition to showing concentration as low as single digit parts per million, the GCI system can estimate total volume of gas emitted within 10 percent accuracy. Total volume estimates are optional and not required for normal alarm operation, but it is by far the most useful method for calculating total emissions in a real-world environment.