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Scirj Volume VIII, Issue VIII, August 2020 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

INTELLIGENT PIPELINE MONITORING SYSTEM BASED on INTERNET of THINGS

Tomiwa Pudens Ayeni, Bosede Aina Ayogu

Abstract: The constant pipeline vandalism in Nigeria by oil saboteurs has continued to cause the nation billions of dollars every year. This act is affecting the economy of the most populous black nation and if an urgent solution is not devised, it is capable of bringing the nation to its knees. Although the Nigerian government had in the past devised different strategies to stop the act, unfortunately, most of the strategies rolled out seem to be reactive and obsolete. Internet of Things (IoT) is the technology that can help the nation monitor its pipeline facilities efficiently. To this end, we consider how IoT could be used to monitor pipelines flops in advance. This paper reviews the strategies used by oil saboteurs to steal crude oil from the nation's oil and gas pipeline facilities, highlights the strategies currently used by the Nigerian government to monitor the nation pipeline facilities, the challenges associated with the strategies and how IoT could be used to detect, control and monitors oil pipelines in an efficient manner.

Reference this Paper: INTELLIGENT PIPELINE MONITORING SYSTEM BASED on INTERNET of THINGS by Tomiwa Pudens Ayeni, Bosede Aina Ayogu published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume VIII, Issue VIII, August 2020 Edition, Page 44-49 ".

Search Terms: IoT, oil Pipeline, pipeline vandalism, oil saboteurs, crude oil, crude oil theft, sensors, data analysis

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