The Next Era of Industrial Sensors
Cover your pipes, tanks, and facilities with low-cost sensors. Wireless acoustic sensors will track your fluid from origin to delivery or disposal so you can stop worrying about data and focus on reducing operational costs and optimizing output.
A Leap in Fluid Sensing.
Inside the Technology
The world’s first universal ultrasonic sensor. It can be installed instantly on everything from 2” wellheads to 24” midstream pipelines. Solar power systems, cellular and satellite modems are embedded directly into the unit, so you can understand behavior across your entire field or service without any setup or maintenance at all.
20 min
Time to install
6 million
Samples per second
Measured daily
How It Works.
Install Instantly
You can easily set up the sensor in 20 minutes without any change to existing infrastructure or systems. Simply clamp the sensor modules onto the pipe facing the sky and follow the on-screen instructions.
Acoustic Imaging
The sensor uses chipsets from drones' and autonomous vehicles' guidance systems to pulse ultra high frequency sound waves into any pipe and listen to how it reflects off the fluid and particles inside.
Edge Computing & Compressing
Acoustic data is initially cleaned and compressed on the device. Proprietary power management systems and a custom terrestrial-satellite modem guarantees that every sensor consistently sends data to a central machine learning server to convert that acoustic data into flow behavior and insights.
Real-Time Data at Your Fingertips
Everyone at the company can instantly see the behavior of a well. Not only can everyone see reports, but they can understand and analyze the behavior of that flow in the context of the entire facility.
Applications in Use
Overview & Justification

Flow is the base unit measurement for many industrial processes. Having accurate flow data let’s you answer your business’ most important questions. Things like:

  • Are there any leaks in the system?
  • How are all my wells behaving?
  • What is the fluid balance of my facility?
Production Optimization

When installed onto a wellhead and calibrated, our sensor can deliver bulk fluid production rates with up to 98% accuracy. This gives production engineering teams unrivaled data on which to operate their wells at maximum efficiency. Completions and flowback teams can even use sensors to get a better understanding of the well during its most turbulent period.

Water Services

Use our sensors to easily monitor how much fresh water you’re using or supplying. Know exactly how much wastewater you produce, haul, and dispose. No more relying on manual gauges and paper tickets to settle disputes.


By blanketing pipes in our low cost sensors and using our advanced graph-theory software, you can easily, quickly, and cheaply deploy a full monitoring system. Get insights and alarms about fluid balance, leaks, and unwanted system changes.

Other Sensors

We can leverage our solar, satellite, and compression technologies to easily pick up data from any sensor with a digital output, in any location on Earth. For example:

  • Tank/Volume sensors
  • Pressure sensors
  • Power controllers
Process and Infrastructure
Product Demo
This is a live example of a fully deployed system by Carbic. Please click on anywhere below to see the fluid behavior of a sensor installed right now.
A Sense for Change
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Well tests per month
Countries with Carbic Sensors
1M bbls
Fluid Volume Monitored Daily
"We increased our field’s production by 31% within the first six months of installing the Carbic system. We just had no idea how much stuff we were missing."
Instrument Foreman
Carbic, formerly FlowCommand, was founded in 2015 with the mission to bring the latest and most advanced sensing technology to industrial fluid systems. Carbic is an international company that created a non-intrusive blended sensor and software system based on machine learning and developed by an expert team of engineers, physicists, and fluid PhDs from around the world. Self-powered and designed with incorporated data transmission for quick and seamless deployments, the device enables on-demand monitoring of all liquid flow—from wellheads to large pipelines—anywhere in the world onshore or offshore.
Management Team