Trisense AS and Aramco enter into an MoU to trial, evaluate, and collaborate on CUI Sensor Data and Processing

21. February 2024

Dhahran, Saudi Arabia – February 21, 2024 – Trisense AS, a provider of sensor technology to detect and predict CUI (corrosion under insulation), and Aramco have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to trial and evaluate CUI sensor data and processing from the collaborative CirruSense IIoT platform as a Proof of Concept (PoC).

Under the terms of the MoU, Aramco will deploy a range of sensors from Trisense’s IIoT sensor portfolio at select facilities to monitor, amongst other things, CUI conditions and collect and provide recommendations for preventive and corrective action.

The MoU is a milestone for Trisense, as it represents a potential partnership with one of the world’s leading integrated energy and chemicals companies.

Eivind Vethe, CEO of Trisense, meeting with Saudi Aramco representatives to sign the agreement.

Eivind Vethe (CEO) and Stian Søvik (CTO) met with Aramco at the Global Industrial Internet of Things Summit (GIITS) in Dhahran to sign the agreement in person.

We are thrilled to collaborate with Aramco on this important initiative,” said Eivind Vethe, CEO of Trisense. “Aramco is a global leader in the oil and gas industry, and their decision to trial our IIoT sensor portfolio through Proof of Concept is a validation of our technology. We look forward to working with Aramco to demonstrate the value of our IIoT sensor solution in helping them to improve safety and reduce costs.

About Trisense AS

Established in 2018 in Bergen, Norway, Trisense AS is a provider of IIoT sensors for the process industry. Trisense’s flagship product, CirruSense, is the world’s first lloT (Industrial Internet of Things) CUI monitoring solution developed for easy installation and minimal maintenance. CirruSense provides real-time insights into the risk of CUI at facilities, enabling operators to take preventive and corrective action before CUI causes equipment failure, safety incidents, and environmental damage.

Learn more about Trisense.