Thinklogical to Present Free Workshop Outlining Best Practices for Oil & Gas Industry Real-Time Operating Centers

May 13, 2014

Free Event May 20 in Houston Identifies Best Practices for Visual Computing Environments Supporting Asset Integrity Management (AIM) and Data Security Objectives

MILFORD, Conn. – Thinklogical, a worldwide leading provider of high-performance KVM signal extension and switching systems for video-rich, big data computing environments, announced today that it is hosting a free half-day educational workshop on May 20, 2014 in Houston for the oil and gas industry that outlines best practices in the design of Real-Time Operating Centers to improve collaboration, increase efficiencies and enhance data security.

The live interactive workshop, titled “Design Considerations for Real-Time Operating Centers: Best Practices for Asset Integrity and Secure Information Management,” examines current trends for the implementation of the technology infrastructure used to securely control, manage and distribute the flow of video, data and other information to, from and within the Real-Time Operating Center. Scheduled session topics include:

  • Keynote Introduction and Close with Industry Experts
  • Design Challenges of Real-time Communication and Collaboration, Cyber Security, and Remote Operations
  • Cyber Security: Best Practices, Infrastructure Design Criteria, and Avoiding the Soft Targets
  • Optimizing Visual Computing Environments: Collaboration, Visualization, Remote Monitoring, Command and Control, and Training
  • Applications: Knowledge Transfer through Software; Facility Design and Engineering, Exploration, Production and Drilling
  • Industry Case Studies

 Event Details:

DATE:            Tuesday, May 20, 2014

TIME:             9:00 am – 1:00 pm CDT

Refreshments and lunch will be served

LOCATION:   Cyviz CTC Houston

5555 San Felipe St.

Suite 1700

Houston, Texas 77056


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