IoT in Statoil: Present and Future
May 2016 • Presentation
Jørn Ølmheim (Statoil ASA), Jarle Kallevik (Statoil ASA), Einar Landre (Statoil ASA), Harald Wesenberg (Statoil ASA)
This presentation overviews Statoil's experience with the types of devices that are called the Internet of Things and some challenges and opportunities in this area.
Software Engineering Institute
This presentation was created for a conference series or symposium and does not necessarily reflect the positions and views of the Software Engineering Institute.
Statoil is a large upstream oil and gas company with many physical installations both onshore and offshore. All of these installations, and the logistics operations that support them, use an increasing number of interconnected devices with varying degrees of capability and smartness to improve their operation. As an organization, we have many years of collected experience with the types of devices that are now being called the Internet of Things (IoT). We would like to share some of the trends, challenges, and opportunities that we see in this area and discuss its importance for the future of our installations and the software that is required to utilize their full potential.