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Chevron Oronite turns to IoT to boost safety at chemical plant

Monday, October 3, 2016 - 05:50

Mr Madilao (left) and Mr Low. The company has started a pilot project using Big Data and sensing technology in its Jurong Island plant to track personnel and for safety purposes.


AS SINGAPORE looks to the industrial Internet of Things (IOT) to enhance efficiency in the energy-intensive petrochemicals industry, an early adopter is discovering other benefits of the technology.

Fuel and lubricant additives manufacturer Chevron Oronite has started a

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