Wintershall Dea selects Eigen for real time information visualisation pilot
Published by Laura Dean,
Offshore Oil and Gas digitalisation software provider and systems integrator, Eigen, has been selected by Wintershall Dea to pilot a digitalisation implementation on Wintershall Dea’s Brage Digital Twin project on the Norwegian continental shelf.
Eigen’s Ingenuity offering is now providing a specialist visualisation and integration platform for real time operational data. This provides a layer on top of Wintershall Dea’s existing systems to enable new digital capabilities and eliminate time spent understanding operational status.
The system is fully cloud based and allows engineers to focus on priority workflows and tasks. The tool kit can also be used as a smart alarm system and to find information more quickly and effectively, understand it in context, make decisions and initiate action.
The pilot is providing new intuitive capabilities alongside support and user training to enable more efficient working practices for Wintershall Dea’s operational digitalisation objectives.
- Search across systems
- User configurable visualisation and calculations
- Simple drag and drop UI
- Event detection and alerting
- Semantic model giving fast access to related information from other systems
- Mobile apps
- Automated data capture for meetings and reports
- Digital working environment
- Publishing to common displays
- Real time risk visualisation
Commenting from Eigen, Murray Callander, CEO, said, “We are extremely pleased with the pilot outcomes so far. As a tool for engineers and built by engineers, it’s an intuitive way of working that fulfills a specialist role for using real-time data that’s helps Operations personnel become more productive.”
Peter Kronberger, Wintershall Dea Reservoir Engineer on the Brage team and Eigen Ingenuity Pilot Lead, “We have been impressed with the way Eigen has helped us to enhance our operations through an innovative and forward-thinking digitalisation project. By applying the team’s experience with real-time systems, they have enabled information to be used in a way that significantly enhances our operational practices.”
Eigen Ingenuity was deployed in a true cloud environment using the latest DevOps tools. The pilot ends in December, when the solution will be evaluated for further implementation.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/digital-oilfield/13112019/wintershall-dea-selects-eigen-for-real-time-information-visualisation-pilot/
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