Schneider Electric to integrate IntelliView’s leak detection technology in pipeline management system
Telvent Canada Ltd. (part of Schneider Electric) and IntelliView Technologies Inc. have formed an agreement to collaborate and deliver IntelliView’s video analytics based leak detection technology as an integrated offer in the Schneider Electric Enterprise Pipeline Management System (ePLMS) applications suite, specifically within the OASyS DNA SCADA system platform. The agreement is effective immediately.
“As part of Schneider Electric's strategy in delivering state of the art solutions for safe pipeline operations, including advanced leak detection technologies, our agreement with IntelliView will allow us to offer comprehensive below and above ground embedded solutions with improved identification of small leaks in above ground facilities”, says Larry Stack, Senior Vice-President, Schneider Electric, “We are committed to delivering integrated solutions for pipeline management from the field assets to the enterprise. Our continuous investment keeps us the most trusted control room solution provider in the industry, managing more than 60 percent of the hydrocarbon movements in North & Latin America.”
“We are delighted that Schneider Electric has chosen IntelliView's video analytic leak detection system to complement their industry leading suite of safe pipeline operation applications for liquids pipeline operators” says IntelliView’s Executive Chairman, Bill Hews. “We have worked closely with lead customers in a very demanding and critical environment to apply advanced analytics on video and thermal output to provide reliable, low threshold and real time leak detection. This agreement will accelerate the application of this new toolset in the industry.”
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