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iDrillSIM

iDrillSIM is a cloud-based version of the DrillSIM drilling and well control simulator that runs on a device connected to the internet.

The simulator meets and exceeds the IADC and IWCF well control accreditation standards. Using industry-standard browsers, an instructor is able to lead a drilling and well control scenario with multiple candidates joining at the same time – a truly virtual classroom experience.

The iDrillSIM displays interactive on-screen versions of the control panels present in simulator hardware to ensure a realistic experience that provides the end user with proven reliability and confidence.

iDrillSIM licenses from $423 per month. A minimum term applies and prices exclude applicable taxes.

A primary software license includes 1x instructor and 2x student seats. Seats are transferrable between students.

Monthly license Quarterly agreement (save 20%) Annual agreement (save 36%) 3-year agreement (save 47%)
$796/month $632/month $505/month $423/month

Benefits

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Cloud-based

No hardware or software installation.

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Realistic

Enhance remote training with interactive, high-fidelity simulations.

Accessible

Facilitate instructor-led, team-based training by remotely running the same simulation, at the same, to multiple people.

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Instructor-led

Send scenarios as an instructor and remotely review responses from each individual.

KEY FEATURES

  • Accessible from an internet browser
  • Instructor-led exercises
  • Land and offshore capabilities
  • Unlimited exercises (snapshots)
  • Individual or team exercises
  • Interactive on-screen control panels
  • Built on the DrillSIM downhole model
  • IADC and IWCF required malfunctions included

KEY CAPABILITIES

iDrillSIM can be utilised to develop and run exercises including, but not limited to:

  • Oil-based mud, bubble point and gas flash out
  • Gas expansion and migration
  • Dynamic pressures during well control
  • Formation fluid type and permeability
  • Bottom hole effects – equivalent circulating density, surge and swab
  • Horizontal and deviated wells
  • Rock strength and abrasiveness
  • Choke washout and plugging
  • IADC and IWCF required malfunctions
  • Drilling and tripping