IoT Use Case for Gas Pipeline Monitoring

Kevin Gold
Mar 5, 2018 · 1 min read

The energy industry, whether oil and gas or renewables, has been ripe for disruptive transformation through the Internet of Things. Today’s use case is coming from a Cincinnati-based start-up called, mIQroTech. This IoT company is applying new IoT sensor technology to disrupt the gas and oil pipeline monitoring market. mIQroTech pairs Internet of Things (IoT) devices with artificial intelligence (AI) and guided machine learning to predict oil and gas pipeline leaks in real-time before they occur. Per their estimates, a $30B market opportunity.

Here’s a video of its CEO, Meade Lewis, describing the technology, use case, and market size estimates. Excellent nine-minute watch.

Originally published at IoT Sources.

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