Cognitive IoT

It’s estimated that oilfield sensors generate petabytes of production data each and every day. However, despite this wealth of data, oil and gas companies use only 1% of what they generate. Explore this category to learn more!

Why Oil and Gas Companies Should Invest in a Cognitive IoT Capability

“We teach Watson to think like an engineer, Watson teaches us to think like 1000 engineers from a thousand sources.” A fairly profound statement from one of the leaders in oil and gas and liquefied natural gas at Woodside Energy. In our most recent paper, “Exploring the power of cognitive IoT”, we surface the opportunities that […]

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Competitive intelligence in Oil & Gas

Competitive intelligence is not about replacing anybody at the head-office. It is the effort, sciences and sometimes “art” of understanding your organizations position related to your competitors, suppliers, buyers and the society in which you operate. It has always been a critical aspect of defining and executing a strategy. Today there is a technology shift […]

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Cognitive Computing in the Chemical and Petroleum Industries

Cognitive computing enables a new partnership between people and computers that accelerates, enhances and scales human expertise. It is poised to transform organizations and industries. For oil and gas in particular, the timing of this game changer could not be better. Companies are experiencing major disruption: energy price, challenges in reserve replenishment and exploration, high […]

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The Internet of Things – its effect on engineering and design

Today, billions of devices, sensors and chips—many of them simple, everyday objects—can communicate with us and with each other using standard internet protocols. Data from these “things” can be subjected to advanced analytics, producing real-time predictive insights and allowing automated decision-making. The combination of a physical “thing” and the analytical and decision models that describe […]

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Cognitive decision advisors in Exploration and Production

IBM article in SPE magazine “The First” The E&P industry has always been “data driven”, willing to invest in new technology to improve data acquisition, interpretation, simulations and analysis. While still necessary, the historical approach to insight and decision-making is no longer sufficient. New technology may change the playing field. Exploration success sometimes seem arbitrary, […]

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