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Tuesday, May 3 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
IoT in Statoil: Present and Future

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Statoil is a large upstream oil and gas company with many physical installations both onshore and offshore. All of these installations, and the logistics operations that support them, use an increasing number of interconnected devices with varying degrees of capability and smartness to improve their operation. As an organization, we have many years of collected experience with the types of devices that are now being called the Internet of Things (IoT). We would like to share some of the trends, challenges, and opportunities that we see in this area and discuss its importance for the future of our installations and the software that is required to utilize their full potential.

We will present different aspects of what IoT means in the context of a large oil- and gas-producing company and how it affects the way we think about software and software architecture. We have worked with interconnected devices of different kinds for many years and have some thoughts on future challenges in this area that we would like to share with the SATURN community. We will organize the discussion around four main topics:

  • data quality
  • data storage and hosting
  • security
  • analytics

While we do not promise answers, we think that we can provide a perspective on these challenges from a large industry actor that can serve as a starting point for discussion on the path to some insights into how the IoT affects the way we think about software architecture.

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Presenters
avatar for Jarle Kallevik

Jarle Kallevik

Statoil ASA
Jarle Kallevik is an engineer and IT infrastructure architect currently working as leading advisor on the Internet of Things and Plant IT Infrastructure in Statoil. He has a special focus on how to consume IoT technology in the plant area. Jarle has a degree in engineering from the Norwegian College of Engineering and 23 years of experience in IT infrastructure, applications, and system integration.
avatar for Einar Landre

Einar Landre

Statoil
Einar Landre is a practicing software professional with almost 30 years of experience as a developer, consultant, and leader. He holds the position as leader of Statoil’s value-chain IT unit that is responsible for the products and services used to support Statoil’s well construction process. He has contributed to two software-related books and presented papers and work at international conferences such as OOPSLA, SPE Intelligent... Read More →
avatar for Harald Wesenberg

Harald Wesenberg

Statoil ASA
Harald Wesenberg is a Solution Architect with more than 15 years’ experience developing solutions for large oil and gas companies. He spends most of his time working in research projects addressing key technological challenges for Statoil. Prior to this, he worked as an Enterprise Architect for Statoil as well as a software developer, database administrator, and project manager. He has published numerous papers on software development and... Read More →
avatar for Jørn Ølmheim

Jørn Ølmheim

Leading Advisor, Statoil ASA
Jørn Ølmheim is a practicing software professional with strong beliefs in open source and internet technology. Currently he holds the position of leading advisor in corporate IT at Statoil, focusing on the subsurface application portfolio and systems integration challenges. He holds an MSc in Computer Science from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).


Tuesday May 3, 2016 10:30am - 12:00pm
Fairbanks A

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