Geospatial Enabled IoT for Oil and Gas
Who Should Attend?
If you research, design, implement, or service Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solutions for the Oil & Gas sector, you’ll want to join us for this exciting opportunity to learn, collaborate, and network with key players and decision makers.
The event is an excellent opportunity for you to:
Learn about the latest IoT trends
in oil and gas
Understand the challenges that oil and gas producers are facing
Get information on available funding and grants
Hear about other industry events and opportunities
Network with a wide range of industry experts and solution providers
6:00pm – Cocktail Reception
6:45pm – Brenda Beckedorf, Alberta IoT
7:20pm – Richard Gorecki, TECTERRA
7:30pm – Marc Godin, CDIT/PTAC
7:40pm – KEYNOTE: Stan Tumoth, TC Energy
8:00pm – Networking
8:55pm – Door Prize
Your ticket will include event admission, door prize draw entry, appetizers,
and one complimentary beverage!
A cash bar is available, please drink responsibly.
Alberta IoT is proud to partner with TECTERRA and Rogers Communications on February 13th, 2020 to bring the Oil and Gas community together in conjunction with the IoT in Oil and Gas CANADA event to spawn one or more ecosystem building projects. Buy your ticket before January 27th and receive early bird pricing!
Richard Gorecki, Director of Portfolio Development at TECTERRA, will be speaking briefly on the innovation support center’s investments in product development and commercialization to decrease the time it takes for Canadian geospatial technology companies achieve commercial success.
Marc Godin, Director of Technology at PTAC’s Consortium of Digital Innovation and Transformation (CDIT), will share some information on the organization comprised of 8 major energy companies (Husky, Suncor, Syncrude, Imperial Oil, CNRL, TC Energy, Chevon, and ATCO) that have agreed to work together to identify and solve a number of common digital innovation challenges.
Our Keynote speaker Stan Tumoth, is the Damage Prevention Program Manager at TC Energy. Working within TC Energy’s .Pipeline Integrity Department, Stan is accountable for ensuring the protection of the pipeline system from the threat of mechanical damages as stipulated by federal regulation in Canada, U.S.A and Mexico.
Brenda Beckedorf, Executive Director of Alberta IoT, will give a brief presentation on the Association’s goals, membership growth, and share some of our upcoming events. A few of Alberta IoT’s member companies will be positioned at tables throughout the room displaying their products/services and they will answer your questions about IoT Technology and Alberta IoT. We will also have focused networking areas and a door prize draw just before the conclusion of the event.
This event is also supported by Alberta IoT’s generous annual sponsors: Alberta Blockchain Consortium, Lenovo, MNP, Microsoft, Rogers Communications, Socium Law, and Titan Logix Corp.
For more than 65 years, TC Energy has proudly operated pipeline, storage facilities and power generation plants that support life in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico. TC Energy has a vision of becoming the leading energy infrastructure company in North America. Stan Tumoth works with other stakeholders within TC Energy as well as members of CDIT to identify common problems and opportunities where leveraging new technology will increase safety, protect the environment, support communities and increase economic success. As many assets are geographically disperse, there is an opportunity to leverage geospatial IoT technology to create actionable insights to improve TC Energy’s operations.
Consortium of Digital Innovation and Transformation (CDIT) is comprised of 8 major energy companies (Husky, Suncor, Syncrude, Imperial Oil, CNRL, TC Energy, Chevon, and ATCO) that have agreed to work together to identify and solve a number of common digital innovation challenges. CDIT is managed by the Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada (PTAC), which is a Canadian hydrocarbon industry association that ser
ves as a neutral non-profit facilitator of collaborative R&D and technology development, and operates in partnership with all industry stakeholders to transform challenges into opportunities. By effectively leveraging financial resources and technical expertise through our proven model, PTAC has been able to able to support collaborative networks which advance innovative R&D and technology development projects, that address pertinent industry challenges through activities which reduce costs, improve operational efficiencies, enhance environmental stewardship, advance regulatory development, and provide our industry with the social licence to operate.
TECTERRA helps Canadian geospatial technology companies achieve commercial success faster than they could on their own. We invest in product development and commercialization, create new jobs, build expertise in companies, and provide access to technology. We are the only choice for small and medium size geospatial companies (SMEs) that require this comprehensive range of services, efficiently delivered, without giving up control, intellectual property (IP) or equity.
TECTERRA stimulates job creation, company growth, and economic diversification through well-placed investments toward the development and commercialization of innovative geospatial technologies.