Marathon and Satelytics to Attend Pipeline Week 2015

Marathon and Satelytics to Attend Pipeline Week 2015

The industry is trying to make sense out of all the data that’s coming their way, and sees access to that data as a windfall to safety and economics.

Sean Donegan, CEO of Satelytics

Josh Beard of Marathon Pipe Line LLC (Findlay OH) and Satelytics will be presenting a session called “Pursuing ‘Constant Vigilance.’”  Sean Donegan, CEO, of Satelytics and Josh Beard, MPL, will discuss the need for constant vigilance and automated pipeline right-of-way monitoring in the oil and gas industry.  Donegan says “the industry is trying to make sense out of all the data that’s coming their way, and sees access to that data as a windfall to safety and economics.” Satelytics has developed several new products under the name Satelytics that eliminate manual GIS analysis tasks, reduce the need for “boots on the ground,” provide greater awareness to stakeholders, and afford pathways to make sense of all that “BIG DATA” – and the resulting data integration will enable Satelytics users access to greater information, faster, more efficiently and more accurately!

Our Satelytics cloud software provides assessment of issues that threaten HCAs (high consequence areas) as well as analyze situations that alerts pipeline operators to prevent dangerous and expensive third-party damage.  Stop by the Satelytics exhibit (booth 709) at Pipeline Week to take a look at the dashboard.  Pipeline Week is an important technical event that showcases technology, equipment, and services vital to the oil and gas pipeline industry.  The show is run by the Geospatial Information & Technology Association (GITA) in conjunction with PennWell Corp., a diversified media company.  GITA serves infrastructure-based organizations that can benefit from the application of geospatial information technologies. These organizations, like Satelytics, deliver fundamental services, activities, and operations that sustain our communities and way of life.

The Geospatial Information & Technology Association, since its founding in 1982 as a formal not-for-profit organization, has embraced the mission of providing geospatial solutions in education, information exchange, and applied research on the use and benefits of geospatial information and technology for worldwide infrastructure.  The industries that GITA serves are defined as infrastructure-based organizations that can benefit from the application of geospatial information technologies, including oil and gas, utilities, telecommunications, and the public sector.

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