Oilfield Workers Close Last Mile Connectivity Gap with Automated Resource Allocation, Intelligent Task Workflows and Integrated SCADA Data on One Platform
Seven Lakes Technologies, Inc., a SaaS-based production and capital planning software provider for upstream (E&P) oil and gas companies, launched JOYN 2 the first pump by exception mobile app for everyone in the oilfield.
JOYN 2 allows for oil and gas companies to take advantage of existing resources and plan production growth without requiring an increase in operational costs.
JOYN 2 harnesses artificial intelligence, cloud and mobile technologies to enable a fully connected oilfield:
- Resource to Task Matching Engine connects critical tasks to the most suited resource based on priority, skills and proximity. JOYN 2 assesses work record, job success and location of field workers based on assigned risk matrix, cost, uplift and other user-defined variables to recommend the best match.
- Intelligent Task Workflow enables unified view of tasks and status for every field worker on their mobile phone.
- Integration engine links multiple SCADA systems onto one platform and geographically alerts to ensure efficiency and compliance.
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JOYN 2 turns every activity into executable tasks for everyone – lease operators, measurement techs, fluid level techs, maintenance techs and all other workers in the oilfield. JOYN 2 creates gamification through job rating, which sharpens the match from self-learning algorithms. The cloud-based platform provides scalability to manage volume and velocity of data, translating terabytes of data into informed action, immediately.
“JOYN 2 gives Uber-like ease in the oilfield, matching the best suited resource to address the most critical task, instantly. We designed JOYN 2 to close the last mile of connectivity in the field and allow workers to pump more by exception,” said Shiva Rajagopalan, CEO of Seven Lakes.