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Pipeline & Well Monitoring: Benefits of Wireless Remote Monitoring

Monitoring and control of assets is critical to the profitable maintenance of a pipeline. Due to the remote and often harsh locations of these assets, monitoring equipment and networks must be able to communicate over long distances and be able to withstand severe environments. Hardware such as radios, routers, and media converters are available for networks of all sizes and in all environments, and allow you to realize some of the benefits of wireless remote monitoring.

Faster Access to Information

Wireless monitoring allows for real-time or near-real-time capturing of information, leading to a more rapid notification of a problem and letting you resolve the problem as soon as possible, saving time and money.

Improved Reliability

Today's rugged, industrial networking products, designed specifically to last in a harsh environment, allow you to easily build redundancy into your remote monitoring network.

Enhanced Profitability

Utilizing a wireless network for remote monitoring and control allows you to minimize man-hours used driving to remote sites, alerts you to problems immediately to minimize product loss, and can provide the data to drive improved efficiencies in daily operations.

Flexibility and Variety of Monitoring Possibilities

The convergence of IP, wireless, and industrial automation allows for a wider variety of monitoring capabilities. For example, IP data can be accessed from any location with an Internet connection and newer technologies may allow for the integration across many in situ legacy systems.

Whether you are expanding your monitoring area, upgrading legacy systems, or testing your current network, wireless remote monitoring and control offers you increased speed of data acquisition, improved reliability and safety, and a more productive workforce.

 

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