Recent work focuses on the development of an innovative, multi-platform, machine learning-based technology that is capable of
reliably and autonomously detecting small hazardous leaks in near real time.
More than 25.000 km of pipelines are installed every year and demand is continually rising. Approximately $300 billion need to be invested worldwide. The operation, maintenance and rehabilitation of pipelines require the best materials, techniques and employees. In order to provide all interested parties an opportunity to be informed about the latest research results and developments in the industry we have launched the Pipeline Technology Journal.
The Journal is distributed to more than 28,000 international decision-makers and experts in the pipeline industry.
Hard copies will be handed out at international pipeline events.
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