Five Ways the Industrial Internet will Change the Oil and Gas Industry

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October 16, 2014 11:00 AM EDT

Unconventional resources challenge the oil industry. Exploration and development of new sources of oil and gas require new sensors, analytics and processes. These systems need some way to better connect, monitor, control and automate processes. Current technology just can't deliver quick, reliable, field-to-cloud system integration and robust operation, especially across large field installations.

The Industrial Internet of Things is the biggest change in industrial technology in decades. Huge companies are transforming their infrastructures to take advantage of the Industrial Internet’s open, high-bandwidth protocols and low-cost, intelligent networks. Just this year, GE, Cisco, Intel, AT&T, IBM and 80 other companies recognized the importance of this transformation. They formed the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) to speed the use of internet technologies in industrial applications.

Find out why new networking standards are more than just protocols; they are system-building technologies that greatly ease field operations. See how companies like GE, Siemens, Joy Mining and Schneider Automation are using Industrial Internet technologies to re-vamp their product lines and field operations. Oil and gas applications are already being fielded with open standards and low-cost smart nodes.

Stan Schneider is the CEO of Real-Time Innovations (RTI), and a member of the IIC Steering Committee

Curt Schwaderer, OpenSystems Media
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