Using Analytics To Detect Chemical Leaks?

Does anyone have experience in using video analytics to assist in the detection of chemical leaks such as anhydrous ammonia or Dowtherm? The chemicals when releasing create a colored cloud that should be detectable in the field of view. I am concerned about the normal challenges with analytics and environmental factors that can reduce the reliability. I thought I would see what others have experienced (if anything) with this type of project. Thank you, Frank Pisciotta

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