By Allegra • April 8, 2019

INET CSO and Founder to Present at ENTELEC 2019

Infrastructure Networks Chief Strategy Officer and Founder, Stanley Hughey, will present at ENTELEC 2019, Tuesday, April 23, at 1:30 p.m., in room 350F. During the presentation, Evolving Field Communications: Partnerships at the Edge,  Hughey will discuss the emergence of communications solutions that can be deployed with little or no capital investment on the part of the operator. These solutions provide long term fixed cost connectivity in support of legacy field automation infrastructure while enabling the implementation of bandwidth intensive edge technologies.

Hughey will make the case that field-wide connectivity can be achieved in partnership with the operator by leveraging the solution provider’s “boots-on-the-ground” field support, engineering and project management capabilities to combine private LTE, fiber access, licensed point-to-point and integration of legacy communications technology.

Hughey will present INET customer case studies that show how customers used this approach to solve industry-wide remote communication problems and create standardized, scalable communications across areas of operation. INET will share the economic benefits of this innovative “Solution-as-a-Service” approach and the hidden cost associated with traditional field communications deployments and ownership.

Objectives of this Session:

  • Identify industry-wide challenges field and corporate leaders face in creating real-time remote communications on the edge.
  • Review case studies to identify where new service and communication solutions have worked for top O&G companies.
  • Learn how to leverage partnerships with service providers to create standardized, scalable communications and automation.

Hughey will also represent INET in the Industrial IoT Workgroup Panel Discussion: Opportunities & Challenges of Private Cellular Networks in Oil & Gas Segments, to be held Wednesday, April 24, at 12:30 p.m. in Exhibit Hall B3 Technical Theatre. This Panel will introduce options to capitalize and scale Private 4G-LTE Cellular Networks using Licensed, Shared and Unlicensed spectrum. Join Hughey for a Q&A with other panelists for real world experience deploying, managing and connecting assets over networks for Oil & Gas Upstream, Mid-Stream and Downstream assets.

Additional INET team members will be located at booth #203 at the conference and expo, which brings together thousands of  industry professionals, exhibitors and vendors to share knowledge and educate each other on the latest developments in energy communications and technology. Osprey Informatics will be co-located with INET, where you can learn more about Osprey Reach, the enterprise visual monitoring solution for exception-based management of field operations, assets, and facilities. INET is the exclusive distributor of Osprey Informatics products and services in the US, including the Permian, Bakken, Eagle Ford and Scoop & Stack.

If you are a current INET customer, contact us for information about client exhibit passes at Visit INET at booth #203 and learn about the next-generation of communication services for the digital oilfield.

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