Worst case scenario?


“Something was going wrong in my process, and I didn’t know about it until it was too late.”


You are invited to see how LineVu can lower risk and improve your process performance. In this 30-minute webinar you will learn how new game-changing imaging technology can minimise process upsets and maximise production. Delivering live video from high-pressure systems with actionable insights and detecting:

  • liquid carryover

  • foaming

  • fouling


Using this technology, process engineers can improve:

  • process safety

  • asset integrity

  • flow assurance


Date: Thursday 3 June 2021


Time: Choose from 10am BST or 4pm BST 


CLICK HERE to register and hear about the story behind LineVu, how it works and how it could greatly benefit your business.

The sessions will be around 30 minutes and include a live Q&A session hosted by Paul Stockwell, Managing Director for Process Vision Ltd.


Email becky.taylor@processvision.com if you would like a space on either session and hear about the story behind LineVu, how it works and how it could greatly benefit your business.


Once you have confirmed you’d like a space, you will receive an invite to a Teams Meeting.


We look forward to welcoming you online!


The Process Vision Team.

About Process Vision and LineVu


Process Vision believes that with improved data, engineers can make better, more informed decisions. Effective monitoring of gas/liquid separators can improve safety and profitability of an asset.


If process failures are not quickly detected, contaminants such as liquids, solids and hydrates can enter the export line leading to compensation claims or even closure of a tie-back, causing downtime for all linked assets. Significant remediation costs can be incurred.


After a four-year development program, LineVu, a safe, innovative, retro-fit system to quickly report and determine contamination of “dry” gas systems is now certified and has successfully completed first field trials. LineVu provides a continuous live video stream of pipeline activity and alarms upon a process failure, with analysis systems that can determine the extent and identity of contamination. When engineers can see the extent and impact of the problem, immediate action can be taken, and a better diagnosis is possible. Process data is overlaid on the video so events can be replayed with all the relevant data on screen.


With zero intrusion into the pipe diameter, the optical system is recessed from the pipeline to avoid contamination of the optics, and there is a secondary containment system to enable long-term, safe, monitoring.