MIT researchers have developed an algorithm that could help autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) explore risky marine environments, which could be beneficial for future offshore oil & gas exploration.
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Speakers at Schneider Electric's Digital Innovation Summit discussed how to help people through improved energy efficiency and information control.
Researchers at MIT have developed robots no bigger than a cell to monitor conditions inside an oil and gas pipeline and gather information.
Seven image characteristics, singly and combined, are used to recognize amorphous gas clouds.
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The first step to bringing fieldbus networking and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) into process manufacturing plants and refineries may be changing device-level networking practices.
SDT340, together with UAS4.0, is a cloud connected condition monitoring solution that combines the power of ultrasound, vibration, temperature, and RPM in one diagnostic package.
Siemens and Bentley's collaboration of PlantSight links the design/build and operate/maintain aspects of oil and gas assets and other brownfield applications.
Strength comes from global performance model integrated with measured data.