Augmented Reality in Oil and Gas - Thematic Research

Augmented Reality in Oil and Gas - Thematic Research

Summary

Augmented reality (AR) technology allows the user to see the real world overlaid with digital data. The adoption of AR in the oil and gas industry is in the introductory phase. AR can be integrated into various tasks being undertaken in the oil and gas industry. Oil and gas companies are increasingly collaborating with AR vendors, to develop customized tools. AR has the potential to become indispensable in oil and gas field activities due to its ability to deliver real-time information for taking prompt actions.

Scope

  • This report assesses the adoption of the augmented reality technology in the oil and gas industry for simplifying some of the everyday tasks.
  • It highlights various case studies of AR in oil and gas industry and its potential impact on oil and gas operations.
  • It also discussses some of the prevailing trends relating to AR usage in the oil and gas industry.
  • The report evaluates various of oil and gas companies which are adopting AR in their operations.
Reasons to Buy
  • Impact of augmented reality in oil and gas industry
  • Understand the key AR trends in the oil and gas industry
  • Review of some of the case studies highlighting use of AR in oil and gas industry
  • Identify and benchmark key oil and gas companies adopting AR


  • Executive summary
    • Inside
    • Related reports
    • Report type
  • Impact on the oil and gas industry
    • Table Figure 1: Augmented reality applications in oil and gas industry can help in reshaping existing processes
    • AR enablers
    • AR in maintenance
    • AR in remote monitoring
    • AR in training
    • AR in safety
    • Challenges facing AR adoption in the oil and gas industry
    • Case studies
      • Chevron: Remote technical assistance in refineries
      • BP: Emergency repairs
        • Table Figure 2: AR offers remote expert assistance to
        • Table Figure 3: AR helps in equipment repair with
      • Whiting: Visualization of hidden oil and gas assets
        • Table Figure 4: Whiting: Visualization of hidden oil and
  • Players
    • Table Figure 5: Who are the leading players in the AR theme and where do they sit in the value chain?
  • Technology briefing
    • Table Figure 6: There are four main types of AR
    • Table Figure 7: How do AR apps work on smartphones?
    • 3D cameras
      • Table Figure 8: There are four types of depth cameras for use in AR devices
    • Displays
      • Table Figure 9: Monocular displays
      • Table Figure 10: Binocular displays
    • Eye tracking
      • Table Figure 11: Eye tracking
    • Motion tracking
      • Table Figure 12: Motion tracking
    • Facial recognition
      • Table Figure 13: Facial recognition
    • Localization and mapping
      • Table Figure 14: Simult1aneous localization and mapping (SLAM)
  • Trends
    • Oil and gas trends
      • Table Oil and gas trends
    • Technology trends
      • Table Technology trends
    • Media trends
      • Table Media trends
    • Macroeconomic trends
      • Table Macroeconomic trends
    • Regulatory trends
      • Table Regulatory trends
  • Industry analysis
    • Market size and growth forecasts
      • Table Figure 15: The AR market, which was worth $4bn in 2018, will reach $76bn by 2030
      • Table Figure 16: Software leads in terms of revenue, mostly driven by games
    • Competitive analysis
      • Table Figure 17: In 2018, Microsoft and Google accounted for a quarter of the AR hardware market
    • Mergers and acquisitions
      • Table Mergers and acquisitions
    • Timeline
      • Table Figure 18: The story of augmented reality
    • Use cases
      • Retail
        • Table Figure 19: AR in retail
      • Logistics
        • Table Figure 20: AR in logistics
      • Defense
        • Table Figure 21: AR in defense
      • Healthcare
        • Table Figure 22: AR in healthcare
      • Manufacturing
        • Table Figure 23: AR in manufacturing
  • Value chain
    • Table Figure 24: The augmented reality value chain
    • Semiconductors
      • CPUs
      • GPUs
      • VPUs
        • Table Figure 25: The AR value chain - Semiconductors
      • Image processors
      • Communication chips
      • MEMS
      • Memory chips
    • Components
      • Motion tracking
      • Batteries
        • Table Figure 26: The AR value chain - Components
      • Displays
      • Cameras and 3D lenses
      • Audio components
      • Machine vision
    • Devices
      • Table Figure 27: The AR value chain - Devices
    • Platforms
      • Table Figure 28: The AR value chain - Platforms
      • AI
        • Table Figure 29: The AR value chain - The AI technology stack
    • Apps and content
      • Table Figure 30: The AR value chain - Apps and content
  • Companies
    • Oil and gas companies
      • Table Oil and gas companies
    • Technology companies
      • Table Technology companies
  • Glossary
    • Table Glossary
  • Our thematic research methodology
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    • Traditional research does a poor job of picking winners and losers
    • That is why we developed our "thematic engine"
    • How do we create our sector scorecards?
      • Table Figure 31: Our five-step approach for generating a sector scorecard
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    • How do we score companies in our thematic screen?
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