IIoT and the Digital Transformation of O&G

System integrators like Strata provide expert solutions that deliver value from streamlined data management, improved safety, and optimized operations.

Industrial Internet of Things

The Internet of Things’ (IIoT) network of devices, sensors and software brings about change.

Industry 4.0 also known as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is catching hold in the petroleum sector. Today’s companies are seeking guidance from system integrators, skilled in developing a roadmap through this digital transformation in the O&G industry.

Creating Digital Automation Where it Didn’t Exist Before
For most industrial companies, there is a range of simple to complex procedural tasks that consume a lot of resource time, which are frequently riddled with inaccurate data. This is why many look for a digital option, one that also saves time and money. Many are surprised to find the answer is right in front of them, within their existing office communication and document program.

The Microsoft Power Platform is a digital innovation player that has quietly built a library of easy-to-use examples for all kinds of productivity and data tracking initiatives. The Engineering Services team at Strata Innovative Solutions is thinking outside the box, sharing the news with clients about this beneficial low-code/no-code platform solution.

“Many businesses are understandably cautious about investing money in a pricy enterprise-data management program just to solve what may be considered “less-consequential,” says Mike Flores, Project Account Manager for Strata Innovative Solutions. This app solution is something many haven’t considered.

Once a team walks through the Power Platform app setup, a process that takes days, not weeks, to achieve, they are impressed with how easily the program works. The platform is quickly proving itself as a tool that directly impacts the bottom line, and it’s changed the way our clients are looking at both simple and complex data transformation.”

Data Collection
System integrators focus on processes for data collection and automation protocols. They are designing dynamic, cloud-based systems scalable for the future. Process control systems have changed dramatically over the last decade and “connected enterprises” will soon dominate the petroleum sector. When implemented correctly, advanced technology will drive the acquisition of useful, real-time data that can provide companies with a deeper understanding of every aspect of their business.
Optimized Operations
Today, various roles within an organization can access information from the cloud on laptops and mobile devices – advancing the versatility of individuals from the back office to the field. According to Rigzone, big data analysis and remote visibility help companies better manage assets and optimize production. Leveraging the capabilities of IIoT reduces troubleshooting time from days to minutes, improves safety, and can help reclaim value by finding solutions and improvements within the existing infrastructure.
Contextual Mobility
Contextual mobility is the next systems technology wave. New mobile programs designed to monitor, diagnose, maintain, and control automation will soon become the foundation of how teams make decisions in the field. The benefits of mobile devices used in operations are apparent but complicated. Systems integration will need to provide dynamic, secure contextual information, to the right person, at the right location, at the right time.

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