Operational State Detection 

Automated Operational State Detection (OSD) is utilised to evaluate rig performance, allowing for precise performance breakdown of rig, crew and tour.

Operational State Detection’ (OSD) uses multiple parameters within a WITS, WITSML or alternative RT feed and processes them concurrently to determine the current operation (‘rig state’) at a given moment in time.  For example, if WOB, ROP, Torque and Flow Rate are all greater than prescribed minimum thresholds then the rig state = ‘DrillingRotating’  

IDS offers it’s own Rig State Detection (RSD) engine or can connect directly with 3rd party suppliers of RSD (Kongsberg, Petrolink, Halliburton, ProNova etc)

By automatically determining operational state from the RSD engine and using that state to trigger the appropriate activity code, it is now possible to build the ‘activities’ for the day directly from the OSD.  Furthermore, by reprocessing the same incoming WITSML data for each discrete activity, it is possible to populate the FTR associated with that code with the correct absolute or average values for the duration of that state.

For time intervals during which the rig state cannot be determined, the LAR service inserts a visual cue to alert the user to a break in the sequence of activities in the daily matrix. 

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