Radix brings technological solutions to the largest offshore conference in the world
OTC Houston celebrated its 50th edition with over 2,000 Oil and Gas companies
Radix – a technology and engineering multinational – is optimist about its global projects in the Oil and Gas industry. The company participated at the 50th edition of the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Houston, Texas between May 6th-9th. Radix hosted a booth in the Brazilian Pavilion along with its technological partner, Microsoft.
One of the various solutions presented at the event is video analytics. The solution application can be used for accident prevention. As an example, the high-precision cameras installed inside a platform can identify scenarios with potential risks, such as an escape route from a potentially obstructed platform. In addition, Radix showcased solutions that encompasses services ranging from the complete design of offshore industrial units to a broad portfolio of Industry 4.0, such as digital twins, artificial intelligence applied to industrial maintenance, and data science.
Radix’s technological partner, Microsoft, joined the booth with a Hololens demo. The Hololens provides a new vision for computing and combines untethered device with apps and solutions that help people across the business learn, communicate, and collaborate.
This was Radix’s 10th year at the conference and Radix was present to showcase the company’s capabilities in the Oil and Gas industry. "We believe international companies are taking a more prominent part in the new offshore projects in Brazil. The internationalization of Radix (with teams in the US and in Brazil) is one of our competitive advantages," said João Chachamovitz, Radix CEO.
“Most recently we have been focusing in digital innovations and providing the ability for our clients to do data analytics, process optimization, and artificial intelligence,” said Process Engineer Travis Comer.
Radix also has projects in 14 different countries, including Singapore, Malaysia and Mexico. "Radix has a strong international presence, a well-rounded portfolio in IT, OT, and ET, important technological partners, as well as a multidisciplinary team that is experienced and qualified to participate in the new challenges and projects in the O&G sector in the US, Brazil, or anywhere else in the world", points out Oil and Gas Director, Alexander Cramer von Clausbruch.
OTC Houston annually welcomes 90,000+ visitors from over 130 countries.
A global company headquartered in Rio de Janeiro and Houston, Radix operates in technology and engineering with the goal of transforming its technical-scientific knowledge into qualified and technologically independent solutions for its customers. The company has over 600 employees and offices in Atlanta (GA), São Paulo, Belo Horizonte, and Volta Redonda. The
company has been elected as one of the Best Companies to Work for in Brazil and in Latin America every year since foundation in 2010.