Advance warning of pipeline leaks prevents worker injury or death, environmental damage, loss of resources, illegal tapping, and excessive federal penalties and fines. Sensors within CyberSecure IMS send alerts for pipeline leak detections so that teams can respond immediately to compromised or potentially compromised systems.
Whether a leak occurs due to material integrity loss, accidental damage, or a third party intrusion, the sensors transmit a signal as soon as changes in the environment are detected. The system senses interference before a leak occurs. Response teams receive warnings when sensors spot subtle shifts in vibrations. Through strategic placement of sensors, responders instantly receive the exact coordinates of the trouble area.
CyberSecure’s pipeline protection system helps prevent pipeline leaks and damage from:
- A misplaced excavation team
- Illegal tapping or sabotage (TPI, Third Party Interference)
- Environmental damage
- Material inadequacy
- Accidental impacts
Not only do pipeline leaks result in expensive and lengthy repairs and clean-ups, the Environmental Protection Agency also imposes stiff fines for environmental harm. The leak’s size and location impacts the extent of financial penalties. A reliable leak detection system helps avoid an expensive setback.
Since the sensors require zero-power and operate on non-electric light signals, systems can be deployed in any environment over vast networks of land-based, subterranean, and submarine pipelines. There are no limitations for the utilities in conduit. CyberSecure IMS pipeline sensors monitor gas, oil, water, chemical, and any pipeline network.
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