Sensorfield was named a "Most Promising Energy and Clean Technology Company" at the 17th Annual Rice Alliance Energy & Clean Technology Venture Forum held in Houston on September 10. We were one of 10 companies chosen from among 180 applicants by the Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship and participating investors.
“Recently, we began to see the emergence of a second wave of oil and gas IIoT devices. These devices feature low-cost, plug-and-play architectures, scalability, and flexible data integration. They depart from the current ‘wireless SCADA’ model and reimagine oil and gas production monitoring”
“Technology has finally reached the point where embedded solar-powered, plug-and-play industrial wireless sensors are possible at a low cost. Our exciting new association with Chevron is a major step in our goal to bring cost-effective, high-quality intelligent remote monitoring to asset owners at any scale.”
Sensorfield was selected for the Houston Business Journal's inaugural Innovation Award. “The awards aim to showcase innovation across all facets of business, not just technology.”
Sensorfield was selected as a Most Promising Company out of a record high of 60 startups in the Rice Alliance Startup Roundup at the Offshore Technology Conference.
“The affordable solution has brought the powerful capabilities of the digital revolution to a small company focused on maximizing the performance of low-volume oil wells.”
“For years, large energy companies have enjoyed the benefit of custom-installed systems to remotely monitor their individual wells and entire fields. Our do-it-yourself solution, aimed at small and mid-sized producers, is a first; it’s inexpensive, wireless and easy to install and operate yourself.”
“Our system generally costs less than a third as much as current systems,” he details. “The self-installation also gives operators the ability to control and customize sensor placement.”