Cathodic protection is the most common method to prevent the pipeline from corrosion. A higher potential difference between the pipeline and soil allows the corrosion to occur. Cathodic protection reduces the potential difference by techniques like sending a current in the structure. The system requires regular checkups to prevent any corrosion. CIPS or Close Interval Potential Survey is used to assess cathodic protection over the entire length of the pipeline. Survey technician obtains the pipe-to-soil potential by attaching copper wire to the potential test point and using reference electrode at the ground level. The CIPS device gathers the potential data, timestamp and GPS coordinates and sends it to the CIPS server for reporting.