LSPR (Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance) based 2D (Two-dimensional) gas sensor system which can measure and identify multi-gases with high spatial resolution have been developed. The gas sensor detects optical changes promoted by the gas on the LSPR substrate with hyperspectral camera. Basically, LSPR gas sensor does not have a molecular selectivity, then the identification of gas species is difficult. To overcome the disadvantage, LSPR substrates based on Au/Ag core-shell structure with spectral gas-discriminating ability through optical interaction were fabricated by spin coating fluorescent dyes. Using the LSPR coupled with fluorescent dyes, this sensor provides rich spectral information about the detecting molecules and can discriminates gas species.