Wireless sensing technologies to boost the oil and gas pipeline monitoring sector
10th July 2017
The need to manage the serviceability and stability of an ageing pipeline infrastructure is driving the adoption of smart sensors in the oil and gas pipeline monitoring market. Advanced sensing systems that leverage new technologies, such as wireless sensing, energy harvesting, smart materials, embedded electronic computing, miniaturisation, robotic systems, and Big Data analytics intelligence, can increase return on investment, reduce down time, and improve public safety.
Sensors for Oil and Gas Pipeline Monitoring is part of Frost & Sullivan's TechVision (Sensors & Control) Growth Partnership Subscription. The study evaluates advances in sensing technologies and their impact on the oil and gas pipeline industry in the near, medium and long-terms. It captures sensor innovations from different dimensions, such as upstream, downstream and midstream. The insights will enable players to align themselves with the market trends and be early adopters of novel technologies.
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