July 2022, Vol. 249, No. 7


Making the Link Between DAS, Machine Learning, Digitalization

By Matt McDonald, Director of AI & Machine Learning, Fotech  There is increased pressure for pipeline operators to improve efficiencies, reliability and safety. One way these demands can be achieved, which is widely regarded as the way forward, is digitalization – whereby digital technologies seamlessly connect to advance processes throughout an organization. One area that enables digitalization is the use of advanced smart sensors for pipeline monitoring.   Pipeline networks are monitored for assorted reasons, for example, for detecting third-party interference and theft “hot tapping,” or leaks. However, regardless of the application, operato

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