Quick Time to Value, Unified Monitoring

A “Day in the Life” with a Production Engineer

With some key objectives in mind, we have developed a set of building blocks. We believe an effective monitoring solution must have robust abilities that can do the following: Visualize, annotate and track complex time series sensors across devices and lift types Construct and configure meaningful, actionable dashboards and reports
Unified Monitoring

What Are The Objectives of Production Unified Monitoring?

What is Production Unified Monitoring? Most producers today have a number of data silos. Each silo may be collecting different data based on lift type, like ESP versus Rod Pump, or device type, like oil tank versus test separator or flow meter. The dots between the data are never connected.
Quick Time to Value, Unified Monitoring

Unified Monitoring Offers Many Solutions

The benefits of Unified Monitoring start with centralized surveillance. The platform scales across wells, fields, and teams – allowing operators to share data across their entire enterprise. With a common view of information using a single tool, training is accelerated. In addition to it’s lift specific visualizations and analytic solutions,
Quick Time to Value, Unified Monitoring

What Are The Benefits of Unified Monitoring?

The benefits of Unified Monitoring start with centralized surveillance. The platform scales across wells, fields, and teams – allowing operators to share data across their entire enterprise. With a common view of information using a single tool, training is accelerated. In addition to it’s lift specific visualizations and analytic solutions,
Unified Monitoring

What Is Production Unified Monitoring?

Most producers today have a number of data silos. Each silo may be collecting different data based on lift type, like ESP versus Rod Pump, or device type, like oil tank versus test separator or flow meter. The dots between the data are never connected. This leaves operators and engineers
Petroleum Expertise, Unified Monitoring

4 Starting Points For Success In A Digital Transformation

Moving to a digital oilfield is a critical enabler for producers in oil and gas. A critical focus is now on reducing operating costs, increasing employee productivity, and improving the ability to make informed and timely data-based decisions. For most oil and gas companies, the goal is clear, but the
Quick Time to Value, Unified Monitoring

Hear from Production Engineer Eric Clour on Using OspreyData’s Unified Monitoring

With some key objectives in mind, we have developed a set of building blocks. We believe an effective monitoring solution must have robust abilities that can do the following: – Visualize, annotate and track complex time series sensors across devices and lift types – Construct and configure meaningful, actionable dashboards
Petroleum Expertise, Unified Monitoring

Launch Your Digital Oilfield with Production Unified Monitoring

OspreyData is here to help you launch your digital oilfield today! We have built a SaaS (Software as a Service) model to empower the various needs of Production, Field Operations and Analytic Teams supporting Artificial Lift in Oil and Gas. In addition to enabling operators to build a digital oilfield,
Why start with unified monitoring
Quick Time to Value, Unified Monitoring

Why Start With Unified Monitoring Today

Unified Monitoring may seem like an odd way to start the digital transformation; to be honest for quite some time, we thought the very same thing. But, after working with multiple customers on digital transformation, we have seen a few things. Less obvious – the data quality assessment and improvement