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Drilling Systems’ advanced simulators provide realistic and immersive learning environments that simulate real-time drilling equipment, well control, well intervention and crane and lifting operations. Our range of simulators come in all shapes and sizes with bespoke options available to meet your specific requirements.

iDrillSIM

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

Features & Benefits

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.

On The Rig: OTR

On The Rig is a real-time portable simulator that brings drilling and equipment operations, well control and crane training to the rig.

Features & Benefits

The simulator is revolutionising how training is delivered for the drilling industry with its ability to deliver continuous training, development and assessment.

DrillSIM:50

The DrillSIM:50 is a portable real-time drilling and well control simulator

Features & Benefits

The simulator includes four consoles, a touchscreen student station and a laptop instructor station which can be quickly transported between classrooms and sites to deliver interactive well control training.

DrillSIM:20

The DrillSIM:20 is a portable real-time drilling and well control simulator.

Features & Benefits

The interactive simulator is a cost-effective means of delivering hands-on well control training to recognised accreditation standards.

DrillSIM:5

The DrillSIM:5 is a software-based simulator that delivers a wide range of real-time drilling and well control simulations.

Features & Benefits

The software 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.

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.

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

“The students have been surprised and pleased to be able to operate remotely using Drilling Systems’ new cloud-based well control software, which has allowed us to continue teaching our well control course even after the semester went to online instruction only. The results have exceeded our expectations, and we can see this solution positively impacting well-control training even after the stay-at-home directives are relaxed.“

Karsten Thompson, Craft & Hawkins Department of Petroleum Engineering Chair, Louisiana State University (LSU)