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Intuition Technology

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Intuition Technology[edit]

Intuition Technology is an artificial Intelligence framework that is developed by Senslytics Corporation to bridge qualitative expert interpretation with IoT and machine learning to Forewarn hard-to-detect state changes where direct sensing technology can not be deployed. [1] [2] Unlike mechanical world where correlation between the cause and effect is immediate, straight-forward and determined by Newtonian Physics, the correlation between the causes and effects in fluid dynamics, chemical, biological or geological domains are much more complex. Often there is a time lag between the two and in some cases, the displayed state change symptoms vary with the situation the system is in, thus requiring expert interpretations. Intuition Technology is applicable to these use cases.

Forewarning Using Intuition Technology[edit]

Recently Intuition Technology is finding good uses in the oil and gas industry[3]. A joint study between Senslytics Corporation and Shell Corporation shows that Intuition Technology is proved to be successful in detecting real time contamination state of the formation fluid during a wireline sample collection operation.[4] [5] Samples collected during Wireline Formation Testing (WFT) in pre-commissioned wells provide vital information for production planning and contingencies, as well as financial estimates for the wells. The collected formation fluid if contaminated with the drilling mud beyond permitted limit can lead to huge economic loss. Since the sample is collected from the bottom-hole, the success of the operation depends on real time human interpretations of the cleanup state of the fluid that are often visually derived from the real time data of fluid properties collected by the in-situ sensors of the downhole probe.[6][7] The success with contamination forewarning opens up the possibility of Intuition Technology to be applied in many other complex state change problems.


Intuition Technology[edit]

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