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Seeq showcases work with AWS at CERAWeek

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Seeq Corporation, a leader in manufacturing and industrial internet of things advanced analytics software, announced that it is a launch partner for Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) Emissions Monitoring and Surveillance Solution and Flare Monitoring and Optimisation Solution at CERAWeek 2022, an energy conference held in Houston, Texas from 7 - 11 March. Seeq is also speaking and exhibiting at the event.

Seeq showcases work with AWS at CERAWeek

The AWS Emissions Monitoring and Surveillance Solution automates integration of methane emissions data sources from disparate third-party sources into tools and workflows to prioritise repairs, analyse operations, and lower emissions. The AWS Flare Monitoring and Optimisation Solution helps customers accelerate deployment of architecture to measure venting and flaring volumes, pilot status, and combustion efficiency, as well as enable flare optimisation models and workflows.

Seeq will be demonstrating its emissions monitoring and reporting use cases in the AWS Agora House, located within the Innovation Agora, the conference’s open marketplace for conversations and presentations on energy innovation, emerging technologies, and solutions.

Additionally, Seeq’s CEO, Dr. Lisa Graham, will join fellow industry leaders at CERAWeek in the Innovation Agora to discuss how digitalisation is driving sustainability in the energy sector.

“The energy sector recognises that it has a moral, social, and economic obligation to address sustainability issues as a top corporate objective, but many organisations still struggle with determining the best approach to address concerns,” said Dr. Lisa Graham, CEO at Seeq. “As part of a larger digitalisation effort, organisations can use advanced analytics applications to enable greater insight into environmental performance and engage employees at all levels to directly and positively impact their environmental footprints.”

Seeq customers include companies in the oil and gas, pharmaceutical, chemical, energy, mining, food and beverage, and other process industries. Investors in Seeq, which have raised over US$100M to date, include Insight Ventures, Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures, Altira Group, Chevron Technology Ventures, and Cisco Investments.

Seeq is available in AWS Marketplace, has achieved AWS Partner Network Energy and Industrial Software Competency status, and supports many AWS services including Amazon Redshift, Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), AWS IoT SiteWise, IoT data from Amazon Monitron, plus machine learning in Amazon SageMaker, Amazon Lookout for Equipment, and others.

In addition to AWS data services, Seeq connects to an extensive set of data storage platforms from vendors including OSIsoft, Siemens, GE, Honeywell, Inductive Automation, AVEVA, AspenTech, Yokogawa, InfluxDB, Snowflake, and others. Seeq is available worldwide through a global partner network of system integrators, which provides training and resale support for Seeq in over 40 countries, in addition to its direct sales organisation in North America and Europe.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/09032022/seeq-showcases-work-with-aws-at-ceraweek/

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