GET YOUR HEAD OUT OF THEIR CLOUD.
Drilling data providers restrict their clients through throttling and aggregation. The WITSML standard delays real-time visibility from seconds to minutes and creates data loss through statistical aggregation. Early detection of of key events can prevent physical injury and well bore damage. Rivitt streams WITS0. Clients receive data in seconds and have the ability to detect critical signals before catastrophic events.
Fracturing, wireline, pump down, and coiled tubing data is not standardized. Data received from location often arrive as raw ASCII, TXT, or XLSX files, potentially manipulated before delivery. Column headers are dependent upon the field engineers and file sizes often exceed working capacity of laptops. Rivitt connects to the incoming data, normalizes the naming, detects events, calculates aggregations, labels the source well, and streams that data directly to the client. This enables teams to integrate this data into existing workflows, dashboards, & models in their own existing tools and platforms.
Production data has been neglected for decades. Missing data, lack of redundancy, and vendor lock-in are the norm. Rivitt's edge hardware allows you to provide on-site data resiliency and redundancy while also enabling you to capture as much data as you want. You can then perform any number of calculations on this data at the site and push the outputs directly to your cloud, decreasing the time it takes your field staff to resolve issues & restore production.