CLASSIFICATION OF WIRELESS SPECIALIZED COMPUTER NETWORKS FOR THE OBJECTS LOCATION MONITORING
At present, it is possible to achieve the desired level of management of any enterprise only if there is complete and up-to-date source information about the current state of affairs in this enterprise. Growing size of an enterprise complicates the collection of necessary information and its processing. The speed and completeness of data collection is also influenced by many other factors associated with the specifics of specific enterprises. In particular, oil and gas companies have a large number of objects located at large distances from each other (including in remote and hard-toreach areas). In addition, these enterprises operate a variety of equipment and uses a large range of different matetechnical values. Quite often, for certain managerial needs, equipment and material and technical values can be moved within a single unit located in a large area or between units of one oil and gas undertaking. In connection with the aforementioned present, the enterprises of the oil and gas complex require the introduction of modern effective systems for collecting information on available material and technical values and their location at a certain point in time. In order to solve this problem, an analysis of modern wireless specialized digital networks was carried out and identified from them, which can be used at enterprises of the oil and gas complex for the monitoring of the location of the objects. Also, the basic characteristics of wireless specialized digital networks (which can be used for systems for monitoring the location of objects), by which they can be classified, are also established. A classification of wireless specialty digital networks (which can be used for objects monitoring systems) is created, which allows the specialists of control and measurement equipment and automation services to select the most appropriate wireless digital network for monitoring the location objects of oil and gas enterprises.
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