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Energy company to collaborate with artificial intelligence company to improve operations

Dover Energy Automation (DEA) and SparkCognition announced the two companies would collaborate to bring predictive capabilities to DEA’s clients as way to improve the safety, efficiency and reliability of their operations.

04/25/2017


Courtesy: Rick Ellis, Oil and Gas Engineering, CFE MediaDover Energy Automation (DEA) and SparkCognition announced the two companies would collaborate to bring predictive capabilities to DEA’s clients as way to improve the safety, efficiency and reliability of their operations.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is growing in popularity as energy companies have increased pressure to perform better with less budget and fewer man-hours. With larger, consolidated data sets, manufacturers can apply higher analytics for more detailed insights, scale the data as needed to meet the varied needs of single-site or enterprise-wide operations, and leverage AI-powered technology for monitoring and analysis.

DEA has pushed for technological change in the oil & gas industry in an effort to stay ahead of the surge of technical advancements in the application of artificial intelligence to the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). SparkCognition has established itself as an AI technology leader with event prediction for business-critical solutions in place for customers in the utility, oil & gas, manufacturing, telecommunications and finance markets.

Since the inception of the AI initiative, the team at DEA has experimented with early iterations of the platform by deploying solutions throughout its own portfolio of diversified brands. Having the ability to analyze these real-world scenarios rather than hypothetical ones has created a rapid feedback loop that aids in the development process, which is designed to allow DEA to provide technology to its clients around the globe in a pre-vetted state. The results during testing have already proven that the potential AI solutions will provide DEA customers with never-before achieved visibility into the health and efficiency of their equipment, in real-time from a remote position.

Dover Energy Automation (DEA)

www.doverautomation.com 

SparkCognition

www.sparkcognition.com 

- Edited from a Dover Energy Automation press release by CFE Media. See more Control Engineering energy and power stories.



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