Drones and cameras used to detect dangerous methane gas leaks
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Exciting technology at the Southwest Research Institute is using drone technology along with infra-red cameras to detect methane gas leaks from the air. 

Methane, like carbon monoxide, is odorless and colorless and is harmful if inhaled in a confined space.  Leaks are also very common and are extremely hard to detect.  But researchers at the institute have discovered a way.

Learn more in this episode of SciTech Now airing Thursday, Mar. 14 at 7:30 p.m. on KLRN.