Our Central Proficiencies

Site Singularity
Cellular Boosters
Internet of Things
Security Cameras
System Integration / Migration
Industrial Control Systems

Site Singularity

LevelOps owns and supports our own home grown product called ‘Site Singularity.’  The main focus of our Site Singularity is real-time data from completions vendors such as hydraulic fracturing, wireline crews, coil tubing, sand companies, and water.  We create a hub for oil field customers onsite to compile all data and stream this data to engineers and data analysts located off site at the corporate office or at home.


Cellular Boosters

Extend your carriers high speed mobile network throughout your commercial facility, home or vehicle.  Levelops will design and layout your plan and professionally install and support your new system.  We are authorized to sell and install Wilson and Nextivity / Cel-Fi.

Internet of Things

LevelOps can help customers with critical infrastructure get approved for FirstNet by AT&T. LevelOps has a wide variety of Verizon and AT&T Data Plans for M2M devices, branch router/modems, or network failover modems.


Security Cameras

LevelOps will tailor the proper security camera systems to our customer’s needs.  We offer a variety of products and solutions in the security and surveillance realm.  Authorized dealers for HIKVision, Samsung and Axis to name a few.


Complete System Integration/ Migration

Are you moving your facility to a new location?  Let us come in and assist with design, install and purchase of new updated equipment or we can simply migrate your existing set up to your new office space.


Industrial Control Systems

LevelOps has been a contractor for the City of Oklahoma City since 2015. LevelOps has upgraded and managed all networking, automation, and measurement for the City of Oklahoma City River operations. LevelOps maintains the wired and wireless networks, measurement and controls SCADA (using Wonderware), and security for all the cities river dams and river locks.

LevelOps Energy Purpose

“Do Good Now”