Cathodic protection remote monitoring

Tough remote monitoring and control you can depend on for your entire corrosion prevention system.

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Powerful tools for short-term monitoring and in-field survey activities.

Pipeline Integrity Monitoring

Easily and cost effectively monitor for condition fluctuations to identify risks of accelerated pipe coating deterioration, recognize potential geohazard events, and know when soil and moisture conditions shifts have occurred.

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Our breadth and depth of expertise in remote monitoring of cathodic protection and pipeline integrity systems has made us globally recognized leaders and trusted advisors to the world’s largest critical infrastructure organizations. Everyday our solutions are trusted to monitor mission-critical assets for hundreds of customers spanning almost every industry – effectively safeguarding their operations, their personnel, and the environment.


Exploration, gathering, storage, refining, transmission, distribution, and transportation all have significant challenges with corrosion and integrity monitoring of assets – and huge opportunities for effective remote monitoring solutions.

Municipal Water & Utilities

The supply and distribution of precious water resources is rapidly becoming among the world’s most high-value — and high-risk — products and services.

Power Generation

Facility and infrastructure footprints can be massive with plants expanding into complex and intertwined networks that are a significant challenge to access, manage and maintain.

Wind Turbines

Offshore wind farms are remote, expansive and in highly corrosive environments –  remote monitoring of cathodic protection and asset integrity is essential.

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Key Cathodic Protection Trends in 2020: Stay Ahead with Remote Monitoring

This webinar will provide an overview of the key trends shaping the cathodic protection industry in 2020, and how new technologies help operators realize untapped opportunities. The webinar will also include discussion of our future proof designs, which reduce the risk of assets stranded due to unforeseen changes in communications technologies. Watch this webinar on-demand.

Managing Seasonal Effects on Cathodic Protection Operation

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RMU measurement data, soil classifiers and data analytics deliver a powerful tool for optimizing alarm thresholds to account for seasonal soil variations.

Future-proofing Against Operational and Labor Challenges While Maintaining Critical Infrastructure

Automation and AI can help corrosion prevention and pipeline integrity operations come of out of COVID-19 with a newfound momentum.

Changes to Pipeline Integrity Management Under the ‘Mega Rule’

Changes brought about by the ‘Mega Rule’ - focus on corrosion management with guidance on how to stay ahead of the current and anticipated regulatory requirements.


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Knowledge is Power When Protecting Pipelines from Alternating Current

Learn more about the many powerful impacts to your pipeline assets from the constant variability of stray AC currents in HVAC corridors and the dangerous paradox created by some new technologies - and how to mitigate against them.