Automatic transfer of data from the field to the home office is routine. With interconnectivity very common in almost every industry, the capture and transmission of operational data directly from the source to the database happen all the time.
Mobile devices that are designed to not concentrate energy sufficient to cause a spark that could ignite a combustible environment can be certified “intrinsically safe.”
Enabling the Best by Preparing for the Worst:Lessons from Disaster Response for Industrial IoT in Oil & Gas
What: Second annual live demonstration event co-hosted by Aegex, Verizon and Nokia that showcases emergency response technologies in realistic disaster scenarios
When: November 5th - 8th 2018
Where: Guardian Centers (guardiancenters.com), Perry, GA, USA
Interview with Aegex Technologies CEO Thomas Ventulett
Learn how Kirra Rice - NetMotion Channel Development & Management - sees her company’s role in #OCR218 and its ongoing partnership with Aegex.
by Thomas P. Ventulett, CEO, Aegex
Leading a company such as Aegex has afforded me the opportunity to work around the world with some amazing teammates and remarkable customers.
Many offshore oil & gas operations are moving through digital transformations, connecting their people and things to improve efficiency and productivity. Some feel that connecting operations to the Cloud exposes organizations to cyber-security breaches and puts critical, private information at risk. A common assumption is that just because something is digital or wireless it’s insecure.
IIoT. Cool buzzword in the market today. It’s not a typo. IIoT is the acronym for the Industrial Internet of Things. However, there is one BIG challenge with IIoT in hazardous industrial environments. All the innovative, connected technology must be safe. In industry terms, it must be intrinsically safe.
Aegex Technologies demonstrated its IoT Solution for the offshore and maritime industries during the 2018 Offshore Technology Conference (OTC), April 30 - May 3, 2018 at NRG Park in Houston, Texas.