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How Production Unified Monitoring Saves Time


With Production Unified Monitoring, one of the biggest motivations or starting point for OspreyData’s was to create a single “data backbone” of operational data – one place where the data gets connected. For most petroleum engineers or operators, having multiple systems or data in disparate systems becomes problematic over time.

Production Unified Monitoring saves time by taking multiple data feeds from SCADA, lift monitor, production data, and even emails and phone messages, and presents them all in one configurable monitoring solution. In addition to the data feed views, Production Unified Monitoring also offers a single place for team members to collaborate and message each other, as well as receive alerts and notifications.

This doesn’t assume that there is a single way to look at data which might be implied by a single monitoring solution, but rather that Production Unified Monitoring can layer different views or panes in one backbone, maybe by role or purpose. The key is that it is a single source of truth. From there we can launch solutions that respond to the challenges we face as operators and engineers.

Production Unified Monitoring accounts for three main objectives: Learn more >

  1. Centralized: A single source of operational data for wells, regardless of the equipment supplier or lift type. This store of operational data provides the core data backbone for the production operations teams. All telemetry and well details can be stored and found here. Enabling centralized well surveillance is critical for operators going forward.
  2. Scalable: All wells, all locations, all types, all time, all roles.
  3. Collaborative: Make data available across multiple teams and roles. Communication between the office and the field is not always seamless, so we need to eliminate the barriers to communication and make sure the tool is collaborative, allowing all parties to see all the data in a similar nature.
  4. Manage by Exception: Adopt Manage-by-exception practices with our built-in alerting system. Automate task management with our rules-based workflows. Alert notifications can be sent with our workflow engine.


To hear more about these objectives, access our webcast replay featuring Eric Clour (Production Engineer) and Jon Snyder (Customer Engagement Manager, OspreyData), discussing some of these real-life problems and how to solve them. Access the webcast replay entitled “How Operators and Production Engineers Solve Problems Faster in the Digital Oilfield” here.