The NeoFirma product team is excited to announce that an iPad-optimized version of FieldApp has just been released. The new version takes full advantage of the iPad’s large screen, providing NeoFirma clients with even more flexibility for mobile field data capture. Like the recently released version for iPhone, the new iPad-optimized version of FieldApp allows field staff to easily capture oil & gas field operations data from remote wellsite locations, which gives back office staff real-time access to vital production, operations, and sales information.
FieldApp was specifically designed for lease operators and pumpers, who are tasked with visiting remote wellsite locations. These field staff inspect oilfield equipment and facilities, measure tank levels, record meter readings, and perform other checks on wells and facilities. Production and operations data – such as oil & gas volumes and sales transactions – are often manually recorded onsite. Field staff manually collate this important data, often creating delays between field and corporate offices and leading to potential errors.
Using NeoFirma FieldApp on their iPad or iPhone, pumpers can now reliably capture over 100 customizable types of field data. Field operations data is automatically uploaded to NeoFirma’s leading cloud-based production management software. Because oil & gas wells are often located in remote areas, cellular connectivity and Wi-Fi signals are limited. FieldApp overcomes this challenge by storing data in an offline mode and then automatically sending field data to the cloud once a wireless connection is available.
FieldApp gives oil & gas producers a simple, secure, and effective tool to monitor their operations. At the same time, FieldApp improves data accuracy, which drives faster, more informed operational decisions.
FieldApp is available to existing clients at no additional cost and can be deployed on an unlimited number of devices. The iPad or iPhone-optimized version can be downloaded directly from Apple’s App Store. NeoFirma plans to release an Android version of FieldApp later this year.