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Gas leak recognition technology is applied to infrared thermal images created by leak detection devices that can be combined with unmanned aerial vehicles, i.e., drones, for automated inspections. Courtesy: Industrial Technology Research Institute
Oil and Gas December 3, 2018

Machine learning-based gas recognition detects minor leakage

Seven image characteristics, singly and combined, are used to recognize amorphous gas clouds.

By Kevin Parker

The Importance of Edge Computing in Industrial Transformation

Original air date
December 4, 2018

Attendees qualify for a Certificate of Completion from CFE Media

The role of cloud ERP in enterprise optimization

Original air date
January 30, 2019

Image 1. Location information provides spatial context for areas along the pipeline, indicating how environmental factors support or degrade pipeline infrastructure integrity. Courtesy: DMTI Spatial, a Digital Map Products company
Oil and Gas November 30, 2018

Three ways location intelligence and IIoT make pipeline asset management easier

If the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is integrated with location intelligence it can help midstream oil & gas operations to manage pipeline assets, mitigate potential risks, and optimize new pipeline routes.

By Robert Szyngiel
Figure 1. Metal end cap seals need to be resistant to downhole fluids such as hydrogen sulfide and drilling fluids while meeting industry specifications such as ISO 23936 and 10423. Courtesy: Trelleborg Sealing Solutions
Oil and Gas November 28, 2018

High-performance materials support optimal metal end cap seals

Elastomers are tested for suitability, addressing potential challenges ranging from high temperatures to corrosive fluids and high pressures

By Eric Bucci

The Benefits of a Standardized Communications Layer

Original air date
January 16, 2019


Maximizing Profit with Multi-Period Refinery Blending

Original air date
November 29, 2018