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Oil and Gas

The Internet of Things (IoT) in the oil & gas industry is the network of physical objects connected to the Internet. Wearable devices, vehicles, equipment, buildings, and just about any other thing can be embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity. The ability to transfer data without requiring human interaction enables previously unprecedented amounts of data to be collected and exchanged with other devices, or through a central platform. Examples of our IoT solution in Oil and Gas are:

  • Employee Management
    The top use case for Mini Tracker is Employees monitoring. Know where your employees are, get the immediate Alarm notification in case of Emergency. In addition our solution allows simple spreadsheet accounting, just turning on your personal device in the first object of the day, making checking in in others and turning off after workday. Easier and faster planning and tracking of employee’s schedules and of course growing productivity. Moreover, your employee’s can always call for help in any dangerous situation or man down function will detect any fall downs, and you can respond as fast as possible, avoiding dead time and lawsuits.
  • Asset Management
    Nothing gives you greater advantage in business than knowing the location of all your assets. Not everything is connected to trucks, vehicles with external power and has a driver around. There are millions of assets in the world that are difficult to track - it can be left for days or remain in locations with no access before getting any supervision. With our solutions you can track anything, anywhere. From construction equipment monitoring, assets, furniture, tools, generators to leasing companies, where the tracker could work as a backup.
  • Offshore Rig Monitoring
    When it comes to offshore in the oil and gas industry, monitoring pipelines was a challenge as most of the equipments are below sea level. Various equipment like interconnects, machinery and other expensive equipment around the starting point for a pipeline also need to be inspected regularly. Remote Monitoring plays a vital role in the entire oil and gas industry by providing ultra-sensitive sensors that detect the possible malfunctioning very early and the change in frequency triggers the inspection. The data collected from sensors gets transferred to control rooms for further processing and analysing.
  • Tank monitoring
    Sensors provide data for cloud-based digital dashboards to monitor real-time equipment performance and inventory levels in the oil & gas industry