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TWTG and Aramco sign MoU aiming to accelerate digital transformation with NEON IoT sensors

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TWTG and Aramco sign MoU aiming to accelerate digital transformation with NEON IoT sensors

MoU Signed at Global IIoT Summit to Drive Digitalization in Saudi Arabia’s Industrial Sector Rotterdam, 21 February 2024.

Source: TWTG

TWTG, the Dutch pioneer in the Industrial Internet of Things (I-IoT) solutions, and Aramco, one of the world’s leading integrated energy and chemicals companies, have taken a significant stride toward advancing Aramco’s digital transformation of Saudi Arabia’s industrial landscape.

At the Global Industrial Internet of Things Summit (GIITS) in Dammam, the two companies signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), heralding a transformative collaboration.

Aramco, known for its pivotal role in the global oil and gas industry, is embracing digital transformation as a means to enhance operational efficiency, prioritize safety, and reduce its carbon footprint. To spearhead this journey, the company established a subsidiary dedicated to designing and deploying cutting-edge digital solutions. Their objective is clear: harness the latest Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies to optimize operations and drive smarter work practices.

This is a proud moment for us. This collaboration marks a monumental step for TWTG. It opens the door for the widespread adoption of our Industrial IoT solutions in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and beyond, enabling our customers to enhance on-site safety, operational efficiency and energy efficiency.

Nadine Herrwerth, CEO of TWTG

TWTG has emerged as a market leader in I-IoT solutions, boasting IECEx/ATEX certification for their NEON Sensors, based on LoRaWAN. Recently, TWTG secured country-specific certifications that enable the extensive deployment of NEON solutions in Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Aramco is currently testing NEON devices at sites like Khurais.

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