Proving the Business Case for the Internet of Things

Ambyint IoT platform to unify multiple oil well data

William Payne
January 7, 2016
Oil production optimisation specialist Ambyint has launched AmbyControl IoT Bridge, a network technology for unifying data collection across an oil patch.
According to Canadian company Ambyint, the AmbyControl IoT Bridge can be self-installed on any competitor well management system such as the Lufkin Well Manager by GE.
The technology can capture performance data across each individual system and integrate it into the platform where the data are analysed and interpreted using Ambyint’s proprietary algorithms. Producers are able to access real-time information on their well’s performance via a personalised dashboard on the web and a mobile app.
Using the dashboard, well managers can also gain access to surface and downhole cards without the need for communications packages or scada networks.
“We started this company with the goal of creating an intelligent and connected platform able to give all well managers 24/7, comprehensive and real-time information on all of their oil producing assets,” said Ambyint founder and CEO Nav Dhunay. “Our IoT Bridge technology enables oil producers to benefit from the power of the Ambyint platform for well monitoring and optimisation, even if they are currently working with competing well management solutions.”
Ambyint claims its AmbyControl product portfolio has brought to the market one of the very first commercial systems that uses IoT connected devices and sophisticated big data analytics to optimise the oil patch.