If you’ve been following us for a little while, you probably know that we care about well monitoring. A lot (it’s nerdy, but it’s our thing). And when you care about something, you want to make it better. We believe:
- Well monitoring can (and should) be more efficient and safe.
- Digital well monitoring should be available anywhere in the world.
- It should be easy and affordable to monitor your wells, even in remote areas or for late-life assets.
- Digital technology should exist for all well monitoring use cases
That’s why we created HiberHilo. Because beliefs are great. But they’re even better when they lead to practical, affordable, and life-saving solutions.
HiberHilo is a brand new well monitoring solution that's, well, different (pun intended, if you're wondering). The solution collects well data at regular intervals, then transmits that data via a satellite connection to a dashboard that your team can monitor from anywhere in the world. It’s practical for oil companies who have wells in remote areas, or who need to monitor late-life assets. Created by Hiber, an IoT services provider, in partnership with WTS, one of the world’s leading energy companies, it’s designed to bring well monitoring to the most remote areas of the world, at an affordable price, without any hassle.
HiberHilo is unique. It brings the global coverage of satellites, without the cost. The reliability of wired cables, without the wires. Data transmission across long ranges, without a billion devices. It’s lightweight, easy to install, easy to use, and as reliable as the passage of time.
Seriously. We know it sounds too good to be true. But it isn’t science fiction. The system gives you 24/7 oversight on the pressure and temperature of every well you've connected, so you don't have to rely on (or wait for) a person to manually collect the data. Safer teams, more reliable data, less risk. Win, win, win.
HiberHilo consists of three parts: hardware, software, and connectivity. All three are easy to set up, and your engineers can do it themselves. No outside IT expert necessary. All your team needs to do is plug the sensors in, connect them to the system, then step back and give each other a high five for a job well done. Then, sit back and watch the data roll into the easy-to-use dashboard.
It’s easy to use. It’s easy to install. There’s almost no maintenance needed. And it works anywhere in the world. It’s well monitoring, automated, modernised, and affordable. We’re pretty proud of it.