Camera technology and video analytics are two examples of areas where technology is rapidly improving.
The 2023 edition of the Onshore Wellsite Automation Conference will be held in Houston as a hybrid live/virtual conference and exhibition on January 31 and February 1, 2023.
Since the 2022 conference, many changes have occurred, offering new opportunities and challenges.
Senior automation VPs and operational EVPs who oversee technology implementation must stay abreast of the latest technological applications for wellsite automation, such as the newest video analytics applications or thermal imaging technologies, as well as the almost weekly influx of new innovations.
Many E&Ps are currently weighing the benefits of remote surveillance over remote control, migrating their operations to the cloud, and using technologies to manage more frequently by exception. In 2023, there will be a record number of Internet of Things applications for upstream oil and gas.
Camera technology and video analytics are two examples of areas where technology is rapidly improving. This conference discusses all of the essential factors that must be taken into account. The purpose of adopting IoT devices is to provide data for improved decision-making, but to do so requires efficient integration of processes and software to enable accurate interpretation and sound judgment.