Radio-Oil project successfully completed

October 2016

Financially supported by the Spanish Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism
In the frame of the publicly funded project Radio-Oil (“Strategic Action Digital Economy and Society 2013” (TSI-100101-2013-15)), Worldsensing has developed a first functional prototype of the Spider product which integrates a new wireless communication system.
Spider-RadioOil opens unique opportunities to deploy a high precision network for seismic data acquisition, with low energy consumption requirements. The network of data loggers Spider obtain real-time information and simultaneously transmit the inputs coming from potentially thousands of geophones working in parallel. As a result, Spider-RadioOil leads to a cost reduction of operational monitoring processes, such as fracking.
Worldsensing with Spider-RadioOil paves the way to new solutions in two big markets: 1) microseismic and 2) classical seismic exploration.
Worldsensing appreciates the trust and support received from the Spanish Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism and the European ERDF Programme.
About Worldsensing
Worldsensing is a widely recognized global IoT pioneer. Founded in 2008, the Barcelona-based technology provider delivers Operational Intelligence to traditional industries and cities. With over 50 employees in Barcelona, London and Los Angeles, Worldsensing is globally active and has already conducted projects in over 40 countries on 5 continents.
Press contact:
Jennifer Harth



About Worldsensing

Worldsensing is a global IoT pioneer. Founded in 2008, the industrial monitoring expert works with over 270 engineering partners in more than 60 countries to deploy critical infrastructure monitoring solutions in mining, construction, rail and structural health.

Worldsensing has more than 80 employees and offices in Barcelona, London, Los Angeles and Singapore and investors include Cisco Systems, Mitsui & Co, McRock Capital and ETF Partners, among others.

Press contact:
Jennifer Harth


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