How data integration works with HiberHilo.

You can use any system you want. 

Article · 2 min read

HiberHilo’s a pretty neat solution. It lets you gather data from your most remote wells and pipelines, 24/7. And it lets you see what’s happening with all of your assets from the comfort of your office, thanks to a satellite connection. 


How you view the data is up to you. You’ve got a few different options to pick from.

Option 1: Use the included HiberHilo dashboard. 


Your HiberHilo subscription includes access to an online dashboard. With an intuitive design, it lets you quickly get an overview of your data in one graph. 

You can set alarms to get alerts when there is abnormal well activity, see well status at a glance with colour-coded overviews, see historical data, and even change the names of your sensors to match your naming conventions.


Accessible by phone or laptop, it’s a great way to keep a bird’s-eye view of your field.


People from your headquarters can quickly look in on the system and see how things are performing. But, engineers out in the field can also pull up reports quickly via phone or tablet. You can have multiple user accounts, so anyone who needs to be informed can stay informed. 


Option 2: Integrate the HiberHilo data into your existing monitoring system.

If you’ve got a monitoring system you love, no problem. You can push the data collected by HiberHilo sensors directly into your workflow. 


There are three different ways you can integrate the data:

  • API
  • Web hooks
  • MQTT server


Our team will work with you to make the connection as simple as possible. Most often our customers integrate the data into their existing Osisoft, PowerBI, or Tableau systems. 


When you connect HiberHilo, all it does is push data directly into your monitoring system. We don’t collect any data, nor do we have any access. You’ll get a link, then you can collect all the data from the cloud