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OilComm 2016

10/11/2016 to 10/13/2016
When: October 11-13, 2016
Where: George R. Brown Convention Center
United States

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Join your colleagues and hundreds of top professionals working in remote inland and offshore environments  for the 2016 OilComm Conference and Exposition – where energy and maritime professionals come to learn about cutting-edge communications and network solutions and interact with experts in the field.

OilComm 2016 is launching an all-new, all-inclusive program, allowing ALL attendees to participate in the Conference’s Educational Workshops and Training Sessions while networking with vendors (long gone are the Expo Hall Only Passes!) – all on the Exhibit Floor.

Experience a content program that tackles the challenges you face in your day to day operations, and looks down the road to recovery:

  • Upstream and Production Tech Focus
  • Mobility for the Midstream on Land and Sea
  • Internet-of-Industry: OilComm’s IoT Forum
  • Managing Tomorrow’s Energy Industry Networks
  • Network Security Symposium
  • Hackers on Hackers: Exposing Vulnerabilities
  • Training and Certification Workshops

Don’t miss this important annual event. Make your plans now to join us October 11-13, 2016 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, TX! REGISTER TODAY while discounted rates are still available!

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Featured Sessions:

October 13, 2016
How IoT Will Reduce Costs, Increase Uptime and Improve Safety
The Internet of Things is old news in the oil & gas business. Call it machine-to-machine communications or SCADA, and it has roots that go back decades. But the Internet of Things is also something completely new: an opportunity to rethink the costs, efficiency and safety of the upstream business, extending beyond the "digital oilfield" to achieve drastic and wide-ranging improvements in operations. Cloud-based automation of asset management, troubleshooting and predictive maintenance, measurement and control as well as safety and compliance promise enormous gains - if all the moving parts can come together. Because the Internet of Things is not a device or service but an ecosystem of technologies and suppliers striving to realize the potential of this technology frontier. In this presentation, you will hear about opportunities specific to oil & gas, the satellite-terrestrial networks needed to deliver applications, and the experience of service providers developing solutions that are helping the industry weather today's market headwinds.
Track: Internet-of-Things (IoT) Forum


  • Robert Bell, Executive Director, SSPI and WTA


  • Rolf Berge, CTO, Harris CapRock
  • Chris Hill, CTO, ITC Global


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