SLEAFScanning Laser Environmental Airborne Fluorosensor
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The new system, SLEAF, will incorporate two variable angle scanner heads to provide the cross-track coverage required for investigating shorelines.
The location(s) of "suspected" oil contamination can be confirmed or rejected, based on the real-time analysis provided by the SLEAF. This confirmation will allow for the rapid deployment of response crews and equipment to the locations requiring remediation and/or protection, and free the crews from the time-wasting task of manually checking "suspected" sites.
The SLEAF is being developed with support from the Emergencies Science Division of Environment Canada, the United States Minerals Management Service, the United States Coast Guard, the Technology Development Centre of Transport Canada, the Atlantic, Ontario and Pacific Regions of Environment Canada, the Panel on Energy Research and Development, Environment Canada, Barringer Research Limited and Optech Incorporated.