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Undeniable Benefits of Level Monitoring in the Oil and Gas Sector
The Internet of Things can add automation, analytics and cognition capabilities to a connected industrial infrastructure, helping companies enhance their revenue streams.
Jan 26, 2020—
Oil and gas is not a small industry to scale. From crude exploration to transportation to refining and distribution, it encompasses a myriad of complex operations and processes that facilitate the transformation of raw crude into useful petroleum products.
The oil and gas sector lies beyond international boundaries and provides a massive contribution to the global economy. Its field of applications can even cross ground-based terrestrials and require the workforce to indulge in offshore oil production practices. Volatile market conditions and continuously fluctuating oil prices also impart a tremendous amount of pressure on oil and gas segments to boost the production rate. Furthermore, it is prone to other challenges associated with oil theft, meeting regulatory compliance and unexpected accidents like gas leaks.
Why Choose an IoT Level-Monitoring Solution?
The IoT, on the other hand, offers advanced telemetry functionalities that allow users to monitor different variables from far-off locations. On the following pages, we'll consider some of the benefits that an IoT-based wireless level-monitoring solution can provide to the oil and gas industries.
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