Telecom Lead Middle East: Abu Dhabi Company for
Onshore Oil Operations (ADCO) of United Arab Emirates has selected Redline Communication
for setting up wireless infrastructure through rugged industrial wireless
products by Redline.
Redline’s systems integrator Alcatel-Lucent will deliver
the complete and integrated digital oil field system that will provide
real-time communications between the many sensors located on the wellheads.
The deal will combine Redline’s wireless systems with the
critical systems integration capabilities offered by ALU.
Alcatel-Lucent and Redline have worked together
successfully on other energy projects and we are excited to work with them on
this deployment. We know how well ALU can integrate our wireless networking
system into the larger digital oil field system, and we know that ADCO will
realize the benefits of this experience,” said Eric Melka, Redline`s CEO.
Under the contact, Redline will provide the hardware,
software and services required to create a ubiquitous wireless infrastructure.
Alcatel-Lucent will deploy the Redline system,
integrating it within the larger digital oil field system.
Redline’s rugged products will create a private
high-speed private network blanketing a wide area, delivering business system
access to employees in the field and connecting SCADA devices, RTUs and sensors
at the well heads to central control centers.
Redline claims its industrial wireless products have a
unique combination of high capacity/low latency operation, ruggedness and high
reliability in extreme environmental conditions, and the ability to be managed
and upgraded over the air.
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