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IoT and energy: a winning combination

Explore the infinite possibilities of spatial IoT in the energy sector: resource optimization, continuous monitoring, and contributing to the global energy transition.

Producing energy and controlling its consumption is a major challenge that the Internet of Things (IoT), and more specifically, spatial IoT, is addressing.

Continuous resource monitoring, incident management, and ongoing security are major strategic issues for the energy sector and challenges faced by all players.

• Monitoring emissions of greenhouse gases such as methane and CO2 and detecting leaks are major concerns in the oil and gas sector. Predictive maintenance ensures regulatory compliance and reduces the impact on the climate.

• The financial aspect is also crucial: it is often necessary to send out teams to monitor energy infrastructures such as pipelines and wellheads. Predictive maintenance makes it possible to remotely monitor parameters such as corrosion, vibration, pressure, and flow, thus anticipating environmental disasters and preventing major financial losses.

  • In electric public services, monitoring high-voltage lines or dams is essential to ensure the reliability of the power grid and prevent potential outages. Predictive maintenance also plays a key role here.
  • In the field of mining (open-pit mines), extraction monitoring and mining equipment telemetry are key applications for optimizing operational efficiency and guaranteeing worker safety.

For all these applications, and many more as well, spatial IoT opens up new perspectives.

How about entering the future of energy right now?

Better energy management is today's emergency and tomorrow's priority.

Some challenges are common to all energy players, who have an essential role to play in the energy transition. Smart Energy, or intelligent resource management, is already underway, offering better energy consumption management to combat waste, anticipate incidents through predictive maintenance, limit health risks, and avoid costly interventions on remote sites.

Endless Applications


Oil & Gas


Electric utilities



Better understand actual usage and optimize the energy sector thanks to spatial IoT

Our connectivity system collects data in near real-time and analyzes it accurately, facilitating informed decision-making to optimize performance, productivity, and safety.

Our connectivity system not only collects data in near real-time but also analyzes it accurately, facilitating informed decision-making to optimize performance, productivity, and safety.

By integrating constant monitoring thanks to Kinéis' spatial IoT, players in the energy sector can better understand each situation and actual usage, enabling them to adjust their actions to gain efficiency and performance.



Greater operational efficiency.


Reduced costs and risks.


An active contribution to the global energy transition.

How does our IoT technology work?

A simple, effective system:

  • Your IoT device, equipped with Kinéis connectivity, installed on a tree, an animal, a container, a railcar, an electricity pylon or even on board a boat, transmits information to our nearest nanosatellites, every 15 minutes maximum.
  • The data received by the nanosatellites is immediately retrieved by one of our 20 ground stations, strategically located around the world, also capable of sending commands to the satellites.
  • The data is then processed by our service center, which operates 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.
  • Finally, the data is transmitted to you, often in just a few minutes, depending on your location..

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