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Well casings – More than just walls

Oil wells are drilled through layers of rock to access the reservoir below. These artificially introduced holes must be stabilised with a wall structure composed of so-called casings. This prevents the borehole from collapsing and isolates it from any unwanted fluid or gas exchange with the environment. Peruse this great educational article on casings for … Continue reading Well casings – More than just walls

Turning light into insight – Distributed sensing

What is distributed sensing? Distributed sensing utilises optical fibre itself as the sensor, effectively creating thousands of sensor points along the fibre, all acquired continuously and instantaneously at the same time by sensing at the speed of light. Even though an optical signal is being processed, acoustic and temperature changes can be measured with fibre … Continue reading Turning light into insight – Distributed sensing

Will AI kill specialist jobs?

This question is as relevant today as it is controversial. We have pondered about this as well. After all, it seems as if our CEO, Graham Gaston, is working to make his former role as a DOS (Distributed Optical Sensing) specialist redundant. D/SRUPTION have published an interesting piece on exactly that issue. They discuss how … Continue reading Will AI kill specialist jobs?