The client’s CEO envisioned a map-based software tool – a “spatial dashboard” – that would aggregate the multiple types of information related to wells and other assets inside a specific geographical area.
- Presents relevant business data from familiar systems in an easy-to-use map interface.
- Depicts company assets – rigs, wells, and leases – as distinct visual icons, within user-selected geographic area
- Integrates third-party data showing competitor positions in key geographic areas of interest
- Leverages operational data from corporate GIS
The client’s CEO envisioned a map-based software tool – a “spatial dashboard” – that would aggregate the multiple types of information related to wells and other assets inside a specific geographical area. The client’s IT director teamed with Stonebridge to bring the CEO’s vision of a spatial dashboard to life. Stonebridge first developed a proof of concept (POC) of the application using a subset of data from one of the client’s four areas of interest. Based on the response of the client’s executive team to the POC, Stonebridge developed the production spatial dashboard. The tool provides a single information source for the CEO, as well as for staff at other levels, to access multiple types of information about assets – rigs, wells, and leases – within a defined operating field. Specific asset types and their status are distinguished visually as distinct icons of different sizes, shapes, and colors, each indicating different business conditions: productivity, category, performance, etc. The tool brings together layers of data from these source systems as well as competitive data purchased from third-party providers such as Tobin and geocentric data such as geologic formations, points of interest (including roadways, pipelines, waterways, etc.), weather, and topographical imagery. More importantly, the composite data layers are contextualized via a common, intuitive, and easy-to-understand user experience.
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