A cross-industry group working on solutions to improve connectivity and data exchange between key equipment and systems deployed during well construction – regardless of the provider.
D-WIS is a group of industry professionals interested in data interoperability to enable the exchange of data and facilitation of drilling automation at the rig site and beyond. To achieve this with the minimum amount of time and effort, we encourage all parties to use standard interfaces. Working groups meet weekly to develop standard tools to connect and communicate between the rig owner, the operator, service companies and other qualified users. This website serves as a repository for the work product from these groups. You can follow the latest developments via our posts, uncover the most important publications to date, and access the recommended standards as they are released. If you are interested, you can join this effort via one or more workstreams or just monitor the big picture via our newsletters.
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What began as the Stop Typing Unnecessary Program Information Details (STUPID) completed Phase I and morphed into Simple Machine Automation Records Transfer (SMART) and is just beginning a new phase to streamline data entry between the operators and the drilling contractors and others. The SMART project is a multi-disciplinary project that has clear a simple goal—to foster sharing of well
On Thursday Nov 2, 2023, D-WIS has been presented to the Operator Group for Data Quality (ODGQ). A quick overview of definitions about interoperability in general and in the context of drilling automation has been given. Then the presentation went through the D-WIS architecture and focused essentially on the Blackboard Architecture with the DDHub and the semantic graph technology. There
Latest news from the D-WIS Workstreams
ADCS Software Interface
Semantics of Realtime Drilling Signals
Use Case Coordination & Demos
Drilling Process Protection
The Contextual Data workstream released a document that summarizes and shares the main points of the workstream’s efforts to date.