In response to COVID-19 and rising disruption from
decarbonization, oil and gas companies are adopting a broad
spectrum of business transformation strategies. As part of this transformation, oil and gas enterprise are intensifying the scale and scope of digital innovations to drive rapid change while maintaining efficiency. This drive to digital maturity is the key to achieving the cost-efficiency and reliability required to compete in commodity markets and mitigate future operational risks.
Solutions that further enable operational efficiency, higher productivity and safer operations are the intrinsic drivers of digitalization, but with so many technology-focused use cases to consider, where should oil and gas companies start?
Oil and gas companies will be operating as leaner organizations in the years ahead, and work optimization is an underexploited opportunity to improve cost and operational efficiency for many oil and gas companies. Advances in collaboration tools, augmented reality, field connectivity and wearable trackers offer the potential for more continuous and real-time management, optimization of work and locational intelligence.
In addition, the expansion of oil and gas industrial IoT, AR/VR, drone and video use cases will require the ability to process and manage large amounts of data, as well as have highly reliable, low-latency connectivity that is secure and able to provide real-time data transfer. 5G private cellular networks can provide this level of connectivity supporting ultralow latency and connection speeds exceeding 2 Gbps.
In this webinar, we’ll explore these leading use cases, and discuss how private cellular networks provide the capacity and flexibility needed to cope with the new network demands. In addition, we’ll discuss barriers to adoption and offer suggestions for creating roadmaps for building systems that offer the greatest range of functionality and benefit.