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Oct 12, 2022

Deciphering Edge Computing

If it seems like everyone is talking about IoT and edge computing, it’s because they are. More and more companies, particularly those with large, dispersed operations with massive amounts of …

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Sep 15, 2022

Key Benefits of Edge-Based, Open Source Optical Sensor Management

Optical Sensor Management (OSM) is a new concept that is changing the way OGE companies maintain and manage remote sites. While cloud-based systems once transformed how we all store and …

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Aug 18, 2022

How to Improve Reporting of Visible Emissions per EPA Method 9 and Method 22

Historically, manual operations and visual inspections by Upstream and Midstream personnel have been used to detect and report visible emissions, such as liquid leaks, flares and volatile organic compounds (VOC). …

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Aug 5, 2022

The ROI of Remote Site Inspections with Industrial IoT Optical Automation

Safety is a key priority of the Oil, Gas, and Energy Sector, which is why remote site inspections comprise a significant chunk of energy companies’ operational expenses. Given a shifting …

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Jul 29, 2022

What is Optical Automation?

Optical Automation (OA) is the term we use to describe the set of tools and technologies that allow Oil, Gas,& Energy (OGE) operators to intelligently monitor remote sites, accurately and …

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Mar 21, 2022

Edge Computing, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Video Analytics, AKA Industrial IoT

A Twin Eagle Edge Platform There is no shortage to the list of ever-increasing technologies designed to automate critical processes. That is why Twin Eagle has created Industrial IoT. Industrial …

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Mar 9, 2022

How to Automate PPE Monitoring Using Machine Learning

There is no shortage to the lit of ever increasing technologies designed to automate critical processes. That is why Twin Eagle, with it’s partners Bosch, Emerson, Azena, and Noctuai, have …

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Feb 16, 2022

How to Use Edge Computing to Automate Flare and Smoke Monitoring for New EPA Method 22 Regulations

OVERVIEW The United States oil and gas industry has 6,292 flares that burn off 10.65 billion cubic meters of natural gas every year. To operate these flares, they must comply …

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Feb 14, 2022

What is SD-WAN, and Why it Matters to Your Business

WHAT IS SD-WAN SD-WAN is described as a software-defined network in or over a Wide Area Network. You may ask, how is SD-WAN different from what I am doing now? …

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Feb 10, 2022

Transforming Oil and Gas with Industrial IoT Edge Computing

INTRODUCTION The oil and gas industry (O&G) has not historically been known for its innovation. However, in light of economic, environmental, and political shifts, many O&G companies are actively exploring …

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