September 2014, Vol. 241, No. 9


Is Wireless Keeping Pace With Oil, Gas Production?

The oil and gas industry is changing as production demands of 21st century technology increases at an extraordinary pace. The industry faces challenges going forward, including remote monitoring of wellheads and storage tanks, 24-hour production demands and the high cost to manage remote sites in terms of time and resources. Traditionally, companies sought multiple solutions to address these challenges – ad-hoc communication networks or combinations of networks to suit production and monitoring applications. But as wireless communications grew in popularity and the machine-to-machine (M2M) and industrial Internet of things (IoT) industry evolved, wireless communications

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