IoT In Oil and Gas
Whether you’re a major operator, contractor or technology solution provider, this is your chance to learn from insightful case studies and benchmark against industry best practice. You will also have plenty of opportunities to exchange ideas and network with peers to pursue commercial opportunities.
Results from a new survey by Deloitte forecasts 2017 as a year of recovery for commodity prices, with companies expected to gradually ramp up operational activity as demand increases. As a result, IoT technologies will play a crucial role in meeting productivity and cost reduction targets.
And the 3rd Annual IoT in Oil and Gas conference promises to be an even more comprehensive forum for IoT innovation. New developments and frameworks will be explored as companies focus on improving efficiency.
The event will explore how organizations can overcome emerging and existing challenges such as cyber security, lack of standardization, legacy installed bases, and liability of current technologies.
If you want to know more about related IoT conferences in the energy sector, please visit the Energy Conference Network.
WHAT TO EXPECT IN 2017
- 300+ attendees
- 40+ sessions and 60+ speakers
- Expanded focus on midstream and downstream solutions
- Workshops, roundtables, break-out groups and focused streams
You can also expect new and expanded session topics that will address IoT integration for downstream, midstream and upstream operations, including:
- Improving interoperability between multiple systems to increase productivity across the operation
- Capturing and analyzing structured and metadata to inform decision making in real-time
- Adopting data standardization tools and techniques to improve the way information is examined and customized
- Expanding the capabilities of industrial control networks through IoT technologies like cloud platforms
- Strengthening cybersecurity by enabling real-time detection of basic and sophisticated attacks
- Enhancing process safety and HSE by deploying automated monitoring systems across major facility components