With a growing demand for a platform of a specialized data interrogation and analysis which could use advanced machine learning and AI software algorithms to be compatible with high fidelity fiber optic sensors, Hifi Engineering Inc. has finally come up with new version of its patented high fidelity distributed sensing (HDS) platform known as HDS 2.0. Hifi Engineering involved in developing a number of commercialized products compatible with its high fidelity distributed sensing known as HDS technology platform. It develops and supplies the next generation fiber optic sensing technologies that are required to monitor assets like the pipelines and oil and gas wells.
Hifi Engineering’s HDS platform performs the specialized data interrogation and analysis which applies the advanced machine learning and artificial intelligence software algorithms to operate the Hifi’s high fidelity fiber optic sensors. It supports the number of distributed pipeline applications that work on the accurate integration to the sensing of acoustics, temperature, vibration and strain.
According to Hifi Engineering HDS 2.0 platform has come with following features and improvements:
• It has more Improved strain and temperature tracking with a little measurement drift
• It has an optical amplification technology that has sharper acoustic data quality and reduced noise floor
• It’s design ruggedized and performance improved in a range of device ambient conditions
• It comes up with hardware and software upgrades to remote operability and support more efficiently
The Canada based company has also launched its new control room HDS Monitor software for the pipeline operations. It features improved user experience, Scalable architecture which could meet the big data requirements of distanced pipelines, simplified management of pipeline monitoring portfolio, Improved geospatial context for different event views and new features including tracking, analysis and patented pipeline pig detection.
Hifi’s President and CEO Steven Koles stated that innovations like new features and functionality of the HDS 2.0 and a HDS Monitor software “help support not just preventative pipeline leak detection, but broaden into operational applications and help support environmental, social, and governance (ESG) scorecard strategies for our pipeline partners.”
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