PetroCloud, a provider of security, monitoring and automation solutions for customers with remote operations, announced that it has changed its name from PetroCloud to Twenty20 Solutions.
“We’ve studied how to best represent ourselves to our customers, and this name transition is the perfect solution,” said Peter Shaper, interim CEO, Twenty20 Solutions. “Our new name better reflects who we are today and how we serve customers across many different industries.”
Integrating security, monitoring and automation
Twenty20 delivers real-time vision, intelligence and control into the remote operations of its customers, who work in a range of industries including energy, utilities, agriculture, construction and critical infrastructure. As the company continues expanding into new industries, the name change enables Twenty20 to reflect its broader market appeal and the level of clarity it gives customers into their remote operations.
Twenty20 will continue to integrate real-time security, monitoring and automation in one place
While the company name has changed, its commitment to serving its customers has not. Twenty20 will continue to integrate real-time security, monitoring and automation in one place and provide customers with unprecedented control of their remote operations.
Industrial Internet of Things platform
Founded in 2012, the company specialises in delivering surveillance, threat detection, access control and monitoring and automation of operations to customers via its advanced Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) platform.
Whether it’s providing clients with the ability to control who enters and exits remote facilities, protecting in-field assets from theft or vandalism, remotely detecting other threats to the environment or operations, or presenting a dashboard that provides customers with one place where they can see and control everything on their remote sites, Twenty20 is committed to supplying customers with breakthrough solutions to protect and improve their operations, no matter how remote the environment may be.