The eLynx Historian can ingest data from all of the most popular SCADA systems used in oil and gas. The eLynx Historian is an open source, time series database designed specifically with oil and gas operators in mind.
This cloud platform eliminates the need to replace existing systems regardless of which SCADA system you are currently using. The eLynx Historian can instantly provide secure access to the data and modern visualization and reporting tools.
In the oil and gas industry, it is common to have multiple SCADA systems used in different operating areas. The eLynx Historian provides an easy way to standardize data at a corporate level. Your IT department does not need to develop and maintain data integrations for each system.
The eLynx Historian consolidates data from your existing SCADA systems. The eLynx API and numerous other data connection methods can be used to connect from the Historian to other operating systems. Perform big data initiatives and create data visualizations with all your data in the cloud.
eLynx makes transferring your SCADA data into a Historian fast and simple. Installations and setups can take just a matter of days. Additionally, eLynx service plans offer free setup and an early termination option. Operators can see if the eLynx Historian can solve their data issues without taking on any risk.
Provide your organization with a more complete view of operations. Incorporate data from other systems, including:
The built-in Production Dashboard displays both SCADA data and this additional data. The Production Dashboard provides critical context to your team and enables them to identify, prioritize, and solve operational issues faster.
Data can be brought into the eLynx Historian via a variety of ways. When analyzing large amounts of data, leverage a variety of useful tools and software systems by utilizing our API integrations.
Our universal API can connect to most third-party and public APIs. There is no need to build custom data integrations. Explore meaningful data insights with the eLynx Data Historian using native connectors to tools, like Spotfire and Tableau.
Additionally, interact with the eLynx API (without writing any code) by leveraging the API via the Excel add-in. Pull data directly into excel in a prespecified format. The Excel Add-In will save engineers a lot of time when creating daily and weekly reports.
The eLynx cloud-based SCADA solution makes it simple to onboard new users and third-party users. Administrators can select specific restrictions for each user, controlling what users can see and do within the application. This protects the system from getting changed accidentally. These administrative controls also restrict access from people who should not have access to certain devices in the field.
It is important to have administrative controls for specific security purposes, but some capabilities do not make sense to restrict. Administrators are often the only ones given permission to build views, reports, and image views for each individual user. Data silos, or bottlenecks, like these cause unnecessary and costly delays.
With the eLynx Application, you do not have to wait on an administrator to build custom views or reports for you. These are all data-driven tasks you can carry out all on your own.
Assign attributes to devices, such as route, field, and foremen, to allow them to dynamically filter into premade groups. Many SCADA systems statically assign devices rather than being able to assign them based on a number of different attributes. This restricts who sees what and when. Additionally, managing problems in the field can become harder to communicate to the right people at the right time.
Our team gets new installations up and running in a matter of days. We can rapidly deploy eLynx SCADA programs for any sort of oil and gas operation anywhere in the United States.
Data collection should be simple. With eLynx Historian software, easily pull together data from different software systems. Using the eLynx system ensures secure and efficient data access across your entire operations.
August 11, 2021