Opgal brings OGI and thermal cameras to the HUVR Partner Network

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Posted on December 07

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Austin, TX- December 7, 2021 - HUVRdata, Inc. (HUVR), a leader in digitizing inspection workflows, welcomes Opgal into the HUVR Partner Network (HPN). The two companies will work together to accelerate an integration to enhance the user experience of both the HUVR software platform and Opgal cameras. Customers will be able to leverage the Opgal EyecGas cameras to capture optical gas imaging (OGI) and thermal images and easily link them to assets on the HUVR platform—a complete end-to-end system to collect, store and report critical data. This will ease the process of reporting fugitive emission inspections to government agencies.

Opgal’s EyeCGas OGI camera technology gives users the ability to see beyond what is visible to human eyes alone; to test, measure and inspect large areas of assets and identify hidden problems quickly and efficiently. This saves valuable resources and clearly identifies leaks before they can impact the environment or the surrounding area. Their EyeCGas 2.0, an intrinsically safe camera allow technicians to quickly gather leak-monitoring data safely and effectively. Now, hundreds of leak-monitoring locations can be viewed in a fraction of the time of conventional methods. This capability, coupled with the HUVR platform for managing inspection and imagery data, offers an effective solution for fugitive gas emission monitoring.

Bob Baughman, CEO of HUVR, recently shared, “As we look to refine and digitize inspections that have a great impact on environmental and social governance, Opgal EyeCGas OGI solutions will allow HUVR users to easily perform and ingest critical data for spotting and dealing with hazardous leaks across many industries. Users can expect to reduce inspection times by up to 40% when compared to conventional methods.”

HUVR has been helping industrial equipment owners and inspection companies effectively manage and perform inspections on critical components of heavy industry for many years, enabling immediate ROI and improved production KPIs. HUVR provides a complete digitized inspection workflow for the management, collection, and storage of inspection data. They are excited to integrate the data captured on Opgal EyeCGas cameras into their platform.

About Opgal

Opgal is a leading global provider of innovative thermal (infrared) imaging systems and advanced vision and surveillance solutions. Using state-of-the-art thermal and active-imaging technologies, Opgal leverages advanced electro-optics and image processing expertise to create high performance, versatile visualization hardware and software products for a variety of markets. Founded 40 years ago, Opgal is a major supplier to leading contractors and integrators, as well as corporate and professional customers in over 50 countries.

 Some of their breakthrough products include: EyeCGas, Intrinsically safe and the world's only most sensitive Gas Leak Detection camera, Therm-App™, the world's first Android thermal camera, and EVS, the world's first thermal landing-assist camera certified for commercial airplanes. 40,000 thermal imaging cores and a large range of thermal cameras make Opgal the largest manufacturer outside of the US. For more information visit https://www.opgal.com/

About HUVRdata, Inc         

HUVR was founded to help asset owners maximize ROI through comprehensive digital maintenance and inspection flows. Their vision started by providing simple tools that allow technicians to ingest their inspection data via easy and simple to use mobile tools, letting them do their jobs rather than struggling with annoying paperwork.

HUVR provides a sophisticated but simple-to-use system that allows clients to manage petabytes of asset data without the need for manuals or extensive training. Their clients are most pleased by the dashboard and analytics tools that give them a visualization of the health of their assets in ways they never had with simplicity. For more information visit https://www.huvrdata.com/

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