Measuring methane emissions offshore. Now.


Our Service

Get the real measure of your methane emissions

Methane is 84x more potent than carbon dioxide.

Industries from energy to agriculture are being called upon to act fast and reduce their methane emissions to make a big impact on the climate crisis, now.

To date, it’s only been possible to estimate emissions. But, real, accurate and repeatable data that flows directly through is needed to support quick decision-making and enable meaningful change.

Our methane emission measurement service sets a global blueprint that makes this possible — all at breakthrough cost, with the least disruption and risk to people and the planet.


Lower quantification limit


Real time detection

+/- 1

Actual concentration accuracy

Key Benefits

Highly responsive and robust data collection in the harshest environments
Accurate realtime data

Highest accuracy realtime data and analytics.

No persons offshore

Remove the cost, risk and disruption of people offshore – just your data, delivered to you

1/50th the CO2 emissions

Lightest footprint operation significantly reduces CO2 compared to human-crewed aircraft

Global satellite control

Fully remote satellite command and control that can cover every territory

Case studies

The measure of success

Read more about our work and partnerships

How close can a plane get to an asset?

Our aircraft safely operate as close as 250m for ultimate accuracy

Do I need to apply for CAA permissions?

No. We have manage all regulatory approvals directly

How accurate is the data?

Very. Methane concentration is measured to a +/- 1% accuracy.  The emission rate is quantified to below +/- 16%

How soon can I have my emissions data?

Immediately. Data is collected in realtime and uploaded to your Skyspace dashboard.

How many measurements do you take?

As you need. We tailor the measurement frequency to match the scale and requirement of each asset.

Pioneers in action

Flylogix Firsts

We delivered the first industry test programme on controlled emission releases to validate sensor performance and empirically drive measurement uncertainties

Take a step forward

Meet the team