AZERBAIJAN NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
SOLUTION WAYS OF EXISTING TECHNOLOGICAL PROBLEMS OF THE OIL AND GAS COMPLEX BASED ON ICT-ORIENTED INNOVATION TECHNOLOGIES (azerb.)
Tahmasib Kh. Fataliyev, Shakir A. Mehdiyev

The article is devoted to the solution of existing technological problems in the oil and gas complex through modern technologies. The current state of technological problems is analyzed and the main solution ways are explored. Solution of these problems may involve the possibilities of such technological innovations as the Internet of things, smart sensors, wireless sensor networks, and a conceptual model of their use in the oil and gas complex is proposed. The implementation of this model results in more efficient and reliable functioning, productivity and competitiveness of the complex (pp.98-108).

Keywords: Internet of Things, cyber-physical system, oil and gas complex, sensor networks, smart sensor.
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