Hyderabad-based IT services firm Kellton Tech has announced the successful implementation of its cloud-based artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled internet of things (IoT) platform Optima for a company in the oil and gas industry.
The company said in a news release on its website that Optima connects multiple wells with controllers and analog and digital sensors to its proprietary IoT edge device Envision.
The device is a remote communication modular IoT Gateway that provides access to real-time data acquisition, transmission, processing, computation, and control from remote oilfield well sites and gathering stations located on land or offshore across the globe.
Kellton Tech said the device can also be connected to any third-party platform and reduces operating cost by enabling remote monitoring, equipment protection, and onsite automation.
“Businesses can now see when a device needs servicing, with problems being anticipated and addressed before they even occur, allowing customers to get higher availability levels,” said Niranjan Chintam, Co-founder and Chairman of Kellton Tech.
Optima, when deployed in downstream oil and gas enterprises, can optimize and predict events and provide actionable insights and foresight to identify critical information, Kellton Tech said.
In 2017, the company ranked among the fastest growing technology companies in India on the Deloitte Technology Fast50 India 2017.