HOUSTON, TX (November 17, 2017) – Detechtion Technologies, the global leading Industrial IoT and Mobility solution provider in the oil and gas industry, today announced that it has successfully integrated its Enalysis™ software, which provides predictive analytics for compressors, with its Enbase™ Hub creating the first IIoT edge device to incorporate optimization.
Designed specifically for oil and gas, the Enbase™ Hub defines the new paradigm for managing field assets in remote, hazardous environments. Designed to go beyond simple monitoring, the Enbase™ Hub empowers users to monitor, protect, control, and optimize critical assets.
The initial release will be targeted at natural gas compressors. The Enbase™ Hub now has the capability to use the predictive models from Enalysis™ to calculate metrics such as high rod loads and low rod reversals so they may be included in the parameters monitored and used in safety shutdown systems for compressors, preventing catastrophic, costly equipment failures. Moreover, the KPIs calculated in Enalysis™ can also be used to update setpoints as part of a compression control strategy to ensure that a compressor is operating at its peak efficiency. All the direct measurements as well as analytics are available for display locally via the Enbase™ Hub Control Panel. They are also communicated back to the Enbase™ Dashboard for use across the organization.
“This achievement completes our vision of creating a single edge device that can monitor, protect, control and optimize a compressor.” said Virgil Haney, Chief Technology Officer of Detechtion, “We are working with our customers and existing and potential partners to leverage this IIoT platform for other applications in Oil and Gas.”
“Other solutions require customers to procure and integrate several pieces of hardware and software to achieve what we can now offer in our single edge device,” said Chris Smith, President and CEO of Detechtion, “This creates a more cost-effective solution in the short term and a much lower total cost of ownership over the lifetime of a fleet of compressors.”