With effective wireless technologies, workers are no longer confined to a control room. Instead, they can track critical data on hand-held devices and receive real-time alerts from equipment, allowing them to respond quickly, collaborate securely, and address any issues to decrease downtime.
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Gas Chromatograph and Wireless Network Case Study
Hydrocarbon producers and transporters need to know the composition of the gases and liquids for accurate custody transfer and reliable, efficient operations. Gas chromatographs are often used to identify the composition of the fluids. In a Petromin Pipeliner magazine...
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