With LYTT’s ground-breaking, real-time software and data analytics solutions, you never have to again.
Drawing on advances in AI, machine learning and cloud-based computing, LYTT’s proven software applications harness the power of sensor data to allow customers to make better operational decisions – faster.
Founded in the oil and gas sector, our real-time analytics solutions are applicable across a host of industries, including CCS Monitoring and Power & Utilities, and help unlock millions of dollars in additional value to drive customer digitalization journeys.
Take a look at our solutions page to see how we can help you make full use of your data and make the invisible, visible.
Digitalization across industries means more sensors generating more data. However, the sheer quantity of data produced means that, all too often, the potential for deriving valuable insights goes unrealized.
But LYTT’s expert team of engineers and data scientists has found a unique way to solve this big data challenge.
Our patented data collection and pattern recognition technology combines AI, machine learning and physics-based models to turn terabytes of data into kilobytes of actionable insights in a matter of seconds, allowing you to stream and access the most useful information directly from your workstation.
With more than 100 patent applications filed, our solutions are transforming the way businesses leverage their sensor data and use the output to drive productivity.
Find out more about how we do it on our technology page.
When you’ve worked in computing for over two decades, you gain an appreciation of how dynamic the sector is. There has never been a more exciting time to work with data, and since joining LYTT in September 2021, I have been involved in many projects that have the potential to transform operations across multiple industries, such as Carbon Capture Storage Monitoring, Power & Utilities, and Oil & Gas.
Lilia Noble (Well Integrity Technical Product Owner at LYTT) and Glynn Lockyer (Business Development Manager at LYTT) discuss the well integrity challenges facing O&G operators, assess traditional vs new methodologies and share a case study showcasing LYTT's offering in action.
In 2019, LYTT added over $400 million of gross revenue to bp’s upstream operated assets
The technology has been instrumental for well and reservoir management since the first day of well start-up, providing various insights into value adding business decisions in multiple fronts.