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Cloud-Based Simulators

Drilling Systems' range of cloud-based iSimulators that can be accessed from any device with a connection to the internet. These cloud-based simulators use proven, industry-leading technology to deliver on-demand drilling, well control, well intervention and crane training anytime, anywhere for a fixed license fee.

Cloud-based drilling and well control simulators


iDrillSIM offers cloud-based access to Drilling Systems' world-leading DrillSIM software which is utilised by our drilling and well control simulator hardware. Prices and access to our online store are available on the product page.

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Proven technology

iSimulators use Drilling Systems' proven, industry-leading technology.

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Carbon zero

Reduce carbon footprint and deliver against net zero goals with reduced travel for training.

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Reduce costs

Reduce travel and non-productive time costs associated with training, while maintaining safety.

  • No hardware or software installation
  • Accessible from all industry-standard browsers with a device connected to the internet
  • Displays interactive, on-screen versions of control panels present in simulator hardware
  • Available for a monthly license fee, with discounts available for an agreed term length and multiple licenses
  • Simulators meet and exceed industry accreditation standards
  • A truly virtual classroom experience
  • Instructors can send scenarios to students and remotely review their responses
  • Instructors can also lead scenarios with multiple students joining at the same time
  • Enhanced remote training

“Using the technology, called iDrillSIM, we have created virtual learning events in the cloud, which can be accessed by several Shell personnel at once via tablet, laptop or desktop computer from anywhere in the world. Our drilling supervisors and teams have been able to train together for specific scenarios and fine-tune their well control skills remotely, overseen by our skilled instructors."

Mark Van De Velden, Learning Adviser Wells, Shell International