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Santa Barbara, CA Ė August 22, 2008 Ė Gas Imaging Technology (GIT), a wholly owned subsidiary of Pacific Advanced Technology (PAT), a privately held manufacturer of unique gas imaging and analysis systems that address critical needs for the oil, gas, utility and chemical industries, is pleased to announce the addition of Martin Van Enoo as Director of Sales and Marketing.

Martin has extensive experience in marketing and sales in both the US and Europe. After 15 years working in Belgium, The Netherlands, France, and Germany as well as holding a degree from San Jose State University in International business, Martin honed his skill in sales and marketing as General Manager for Portakabin limited. Martin is fluent in French and Dutch with a good basic knowledge of Spanish and German.

Prior to joining Gas Imaging Technology (GIT) Martin was involved in the renewable energy business because he is convinced of the need for environmental evolution and the need for industry to join forces to combat greenhouse gases.

"The energy industry as we know it is in the process of profound change in order to reduce the production of green house causing gases and other pollutants. The future will bring much tighter control of gas leaks and emissions as well as a much greater emphasis on safety. GIT is uniquely positioned to help detect and monitor unwanted gas leaks and emissions."

As Director of Sales and Marketing at GIT, Martin will be responsible for identifying and developing markets for GITís unique range of products, manage an international distribution network, and drive sales.

"Improving the environment and safety while increasing the economic viability of a business will be my goals at GIT" Martin said.

About Gas Imaging Technology, Inc.
Gas Imaging Technology, LLC (GIT) (, a wholly owned subsidiary of Pacific Advanced Technology (, is a California corporation located in Santa Barbara County. GIT has an exclusive worldwide license for products that uniquely address issues of greenhouse gas, compliance with new EPA standards and other critical needs of refineries, power and chemical plants, oil and LNG tankers and terminals. More than $14 million has been invested in the development of the technology underlying the Sherlock gas imaging and analysis systems. A substantial portion of this funding came from various military, federal and commercial sources including the US Army, US Navy, US Air Force, Missile Defense Agency, DARPA, Department of Energy, State of California, Gas Research Institute, BP and Shell Global Solutions.

GIT’s Products
The Sherlock SF6, tuned to detect sulfur hexafluoride gas leaks, can be an invaluable asset to those in the Power Industry. In addition to being a greenhouse gas, SF6 is an expensive resource. Early detection of SF6 leaks with the use of the Sherlock can prevent not only damage to our environment, but also considerable economic loss to a facility.

The fixed post Sherlock VOC - enables the user to "see"S emissions of invisible gases that pose grave environmental hazards and expose refineries, chemical, and power plants to the risk of catastrophic fires and explosions. The Sherlock incorporates a mid-wave infrared camera that includes Patís patented IMSS lens and an imbedded computer that can perform the function of data logging, imaging spectroscopy, and digital video recording.

The Sherlock FE - being used in field trials to monitor and analyze the efficiency of flares and to continuously monitor smokestack emissions. The Sherlock FE is the only system currently on the market that can analyze flare efficiency. It remotely monitors and generates a pixel-by-pixel quantitative analysis of flares and smokestacks. In many circumstances, this remote monitoring can be done from a location that can be miles from the source.

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