Raleigh, NC, November 11, 2017 — WISER Systems, Inc. will exhibit its RRLT Locator live in the historic Minute Maid Park in Houston, TX—home to the 2017 World Series champions, the Houston Astros—at the American Energy Society’s (AES) 2017 conference, “The Digital Oilfield; A Whole New Ballgame,” on November 13 and 14.
In conjunction with its integration partner, Gould Southern, Inc., WISER will sponsor the conference’s live tours of Minute Maid Park, using WISER’s revolutionary asset tracking solution to provide real-time tracking of stadium tours.
“The Digital Oilfield” is an exclusive, semi-private conference bringing together leaders in energy, entrepreneurship, logistics, operations, and the Internet of Things. This conference boasts a wide variety of presentations and panels on topics ranging from security to customer service to digital innovation in the energy sector. It will feature representatives from a number of major national and international companies and research institutions. Among others, Google, Shell, Chevron, IBM, McKinsey, Penn State University, and the United States Department of Energy will be represented.
“The new application of powerful digital technologies at the highest levels of the oil and gas sector has taken the world to the very edges of the surreal,” says the event’s website. “[This] conference will focus on the leadership and direction of a new entrepreneurial culture and business model (aka, ‘the digital oil field’) that is driving and redefining the entire oil & gas sector.”
Although WISER Systems frequently exhibits its technology in conferences and tradeshows across the United States, this will be the first energy-focused event to feature WISER’s real-time Locator solution.
“WISER RRLT is perfectly suited for oil platforms, fields, refineries, and other reflective environments where worker safety is paramount and critical assets need to be accurately, instantaneously located,” said WISER’s CEO, Dr. Elaine C. Rideout. “This conference is particularly rewarding because we will have the opportunity to simultaneously demonstrate the value we can offer for event managers and for large venues, where support staff, EMTs, security, and critical assets can be reliably located and tracked in real time—without disruptive and expensive installations or cumbersome infrastructure.”
“The American Energy Society recognizes the courage of companies like WISER Systems to test proven technologies on a new field, especially a behemoth like energy,” the AES wrote in a recent newsletter.
Founded in the 1950s, the AES connects professionals all across the energy sector, maintaining a membership of over 130,000 policy-makers, researchers, academics and professional communicators.