Advantages of wireless modules in the offshore oil and gas industry
Date:2019/7/24 15:47:47   Browse:0

The safety of the oil and gas industry is very important. In the past, accidents in the oil and gas production industry often occurred during the production process, causing disasters and endangering the lives and health of employees. The importance of safe production to oil and gas enterprises can be seen. This article will talk about how wireless modules can improve the safety of the oil and gas industry, and aim to provide a reference for oil and gas production safety.

Oil and gas industry

The industry uses safety and environmental management systems in the US waters, using SEMS, oil and gas functions to minimize human error, and accidents caused by poor organization, and to improve the safety and environmental protection of the sea. Conducive to performance-based operations, working with the entire industry to promote the safety of marine workers and environmental protection. There must be 17 minimum elements in an operation to meet SEMS regulations, as well as to ensure critical equipment and mechanical integrity and continuous documentation. These factors can be improved through the application of wireless module communication technology.

The advantages of wireless modules in the oil and gas industry

First, used to mark key equipment, automatic tracking, security inspection records and repair data.

Second, by combining with sensors, it is used to capture pressure safety and other conditional data on major pipelines, tubing and other equipment.

Third, it can be used to record the life cycle of the equipment, and automatically generate an alarm reminder when the asset equipment reaches the service life limit or needs to be replaced.

The main cause of industrial accidents is human error, which is not only time-consuming, but also difficult to record. RF wireless communication technology can reduce human error through automated data collection, and enable workers to quickly and accurately record or read asset security and maintenance information, avoiding the need for manual input errors and re-inputs, saving time and helping to meet Regulations and audit requirements.

For example, RF tags are used for downhole identification to help oil and gas companies track and record maintenance and inspection information, which can help operators better manage security risks and optimize asset utilization.

The wireless module can identify the identity of each person on the wellsite and the platform, which can improve security. In addition, through the ID, in the case of an emergency, it can be quickly assembled or evacuated, which ensures the safety of employees and asset security to a certain extent.

With the continuous development of the Internet of Things technology, the application range of wireless modules is more and more extensive, providing us with a comfortable, convenient and safe living and working environment, which further protects people's lives and assets.

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