OMG Standards at Work in the IIoT: Focus on Oil & Gas
OMG Comes to the Oil Patch: Let’s Talk Standards for Oil & Gas
The Oil & Gas industry is facing a “lower for longer” price environment and needs to optimize the use of its assets, lower its costs through remote operations, and exploit the data it collects in order to make better decisions in this tough environment. OMG standards can help integrate operations and leverage the expertise gained in other industries.
The Object Management Group is the home of a family of modeling and integration standards that are critical to many industries including manufacturing, space, retail, finance, and more. In the industrial world, we support both the business aspects and the information technology domain through well-known standards such as UML for software analysis and design, BPMN for business process management, and SysML for systems modeling -- as well as the most powerful real-time communication protocol for automation and the Internet of Things (IoT), the Distributed Data Service (DDS).
During each of its quarterly technical meetings, OMG organizes a public event to address one domain in which its portfolio of standards can help the industry. Past events have focused on security, electric utilities, manufacturing, and more. Our New Orleans event on September 27 will repeat this successful formula for Upstream Oil & Gas.
Register and attend to learn about such important subjects as:
- The ecosystem of OMG modeling standards
- Use cases for the Industrial IoT in Oil & Gas
- The role of systems engineering standards and what’s coming up in SysML v2.0
- How OMG and the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) collaborate to advance the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)
… and to hear a panel industry leaders discuss adoption trends and challenges.