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Enertia Field Data Capture

Enertia has two Field Data Capture solutions: FDC Plus and FDC Cellphone. Each application is discussed in detail later in the document. Both FDC applications are completely configurable and based on Enertia’s Field Data Manager’s (FDM) configuration. New data fields, routes, equipment, etc. can be configured and passed to the applications. FDC’s servers and DB are installed at each client’s sites.

Configuration

The both Field Data Capture applications utilize the existing Field Data Manager Smart Data Entry configuration settings. These settings allow the user to specify attributes, fields, requirements, defaults and sequence; for total user definition.

 

 

User Access

FDC utilizes email address as log-on user names. These are added to the FDC administration web site.  Users are then added as contacts on existing Route related entities. This allows flexibility with future enhancements, and allows contract pumpers that might work for several companies to have one log-on.


FDC Plus

FDC Plus is Enertia’s mobile Field Data Capture solution designed for larger screens such as desktop PC’s, laptops, and tablets. The FDC Plus application works on the Windows, Android, and IOS platforms. Users are able to capture data both with or without an internet connection, though an internet connection is required to sync data to the Enertia database. 

Login Screen

Users will enter their configured email address and password to connect to FDC.

Settings

Accessed from the  icon on the login screen, the settings screen offers a simple way to configure each device and customize the user experience.



Available Options:

  1. Days to Display: This setting determines how many days are displayed for data entry. Users that select a large number of days to display may experience longer sync times.
  2. Keypad Assist: This setting helps to make data entry easier by automatically moving field focus to the next field after data has been entered.
  3. Auto Save: This setting will automatically save entered data each time the user moves to a new screen
  4. Summary Lite: This setting helps to save device resources by eliminating the production summary charts.

Route Listing

Once signed in, the application will load with the associated routes for the user. From the Route screen users can click the icon to sign out. The icon is used to sync data with the Enertia Database. Clicking the  Icon will start the carry forward prompt.

 


Additionally, the following information can be accessed from the Route listing screen

  1. Error Count Badge: The number of record errors on equipment in the route
  2. Route Name: Selecting this will load to the route stop listing for that route
  3. Downtime Cone: The count of wells that are currently down without an end date within the route
  4. Group Summary Trendlines: Each trendline represents 7 days. These calculations will update when the user syncs the records to Enertia. The user can select a trendline and the application will load to the charts and group summary data for the route for 31 days

Route Stop Listing (Lease, Battery)

After selecting a route, the application will list the route stops contained within. From the Route Stop listing screen users can click the icon to return to the Route listing screen. The icon is used to sync data with the Enertia Database. Clicking the  icon will start the carry forward prompt.

 

 

Additionally the following information can be accessed from the Route Stop listing screen.

  1. Route Name: Shows the selected Route
  2. Error Count Badge: The number of record errors on equipment in the route stop
  3. Route Stop Name: Selecting the route stop will load the data entry screen for the equipment in the stop
  4. Downtime Cone: The count of wells that are currently down without an end date within the route stop
  5. Current Day Production: Production totals of all records created for the current day (this will be calculated as the records are created prior to any Enertia sync)
  6. Group Summary Trendlines: Each trendline represents 7 days. These calculations will update when the user syncs the records to Enertia. The user can select a trendline and the application will load to the charts and group summary data for the route stop for 31 days

Data Entry

Once a Route Stop has been selected the data entry form will display. From this screen, user can access all equipment for data entry. When the user selects an equipment entity the available data entry appears for that point. Data that can be entered multiple times per day is entered behind a button, such as run tickets. From the Data Entry screen users can click the icon to return to the Route listing screen. The icon can be used for quick navigation between routes, stops and equipment. The icon is used to hide the list of equipment. Clicking the will refresh the current screen and remove unsaved data from device. Clicking the icon will save all entered data to the device. The  icon is used to sync data with the Enertia Database.

 


Additionally the following information and options are available from the Data Entry screen.

  1. Route/Route Stop: Shows the selected Route and Route Stop
  2. Current Equipment Selection: Shows which piece of equipment is selected for data entry. The navigation buttons will move to the next or previous equipment according to the route structure sequence.
  3. Downtime Cone: Indicates that the well is currently downtime without an end date
  4. Error Count Badge: The number of record errors on the piece of equipment
  5. Current Day Production/Group Summary: This section will display the production totals of all records created for the current day by default for the route stop. Clicking the  icon will toggle this section to display the 7 day group summary for the route stop. While viewing the group summary, the navigation buttons will move to the next or previous date.
  6. Equipment Information: clicking this icon will display an equipment information screen with basic Masterfile data.
  7. Equipment Current Day Production: This section will display the production totals of all records created for the current day for the selected piece of equipment.
  8. Defaulted Value: Fields with defaulted values display as light grey text. These fields can be updated or saved as is.
  9. Save Record: Clicking this button will save the specified record. This is an easy way to save records with defaulted information.
  10. Delete Record: Clicking this button will delete the specified record.
  11. Daily Entry Attributes: These attributes are set to only allow one entry per day. Examples include tank inventory and daily gas entry.
  12. Multiple per Day Attributes: These attributes allow more than one entry per day, however they are still date specific. Data entry for these attributes is accessed by clicking the button under the appropriate date. Run tickets are a good example.
  13. Non-Date-Specific Attributes: These attributes may span more than one day or not tied to a specific day. Data entry for these attributes is accessed by clicking the buttons next the equipment information icon.
  14. Alternate Headers: The tabs above data entry forms allow the user to quickly switch between data entry forms for a given attribute.
  15. Date Lockout: Days displayed in grey indicate a user specified lock out date and period for editing. Typically this is between 5 and 7 days.
  16. Required Field: Fields that have been marked as required will display with an asterisk besides the field name.
  17. Locked Fields: Grey fields are locked and usually defaulted. Green fields are locked and indicates that the value will be calculated after the record is saved

Multi and Non-Date-Specific Data Entry

Attributes that are either non date specific and seen at the top of the primary data entry form or allow multiple records per day and seen in the bottom portion of the data entry screen are organized in this manner. From this screen users can click the icon to return to the Data Entry screen. The  icon is used to sync data with the Enertia Database.


 

The following information and options are available from the multi entry screen:

  1. Equipment Entity Name: The selected equipment for which a multi or non-date-specific attribute is being entered.
  2. Error Count Badge: The number of record errors on the piece of equipment. Additionally, records with errors will display in the record list with an  flag.
  3. Date/Attribute Name: The date and attribute that is being entered (non-date-specific attributes will not display a date)
  4. Refresh: This button will refresh the current screen and remove unsaved data from device.
  5. Add: Use this button to add new record. By default, the form starts in Add mode.
  6. Save: Use this button to save new record or save changes made to existing records.
  7. Delete: This button is used to delete currently selected record.
  8. Record List: Existing records will be listed in this grid. To view, edit, or delete a record simply select the desired record.
  9. Alternate Headers: The tabs above data entry forms allow the user to quickly switch between data entry forms for a given attribute.
  10. Data Entry: This section is used to enter a new record, or display an existing record to view or edit.

 

Carry Forward

FDC Plus now supports the ability to carry forward records. This option is ideal for equipment and properties that field hands do not visit each day. Once initiated, the carry forward option will generate records for each day where defaults have been assigned to required fields and where records do not currently exist. This feature will only create records from the last entered record forward for any piece of equipment. This feature is accessed from the Icon located on the Route listing and Route Stop listing screens.

 



To carry forward records, simply click the carry forward button, select the routes, route stops, and equipment for which records will be carried forward and click the next button. Finally select the desired attributes for which the FDC application will generate new records.

 

Record Errors

The FDC Plus application supports two kinds of validation: sync validation errors and custom validations that can be set up per each client’s specific business practices. Sync Errors are Enertia defined errors that detail issues with data prior to being saved to the Enertia database. Custom Validations can be user defined required fields, or set ranges for which entered data must comply before records can be saved to the device.

Sync Errors

After a sync Enertia could send back record errors. These will be highlighted. Once the user has corrected the error and performed a sync, the errors will disappear and the records will be resent to Enertia. Error badges displaying the error count can be seen displayed next to route name in the route listing, route stop name in the route stop listing, and equipment entity and attribute forms (daily, multi, and non-date-specific) in the data entry screen. Error details are provided on the relevant data entry screen when an errored equipment entity is selected.

 

 

 

 



Required fields

Any Field can be set up as required. These fields are displayed in the application with an asterisk. If a user attempts to save an attribute record without populating a required field, they will be presented with an error and prompted to enter a value before the record can be saved.

 

Min/Max Range Errors/Warnings

Any field that is limited to numeric data can be configured to enforce a min/max range. This type of validations can be configured to be an error or a warning. An error will not allow the user to save the record until the field passes the validation. A warning will allow the record to be saved but will remain to be displayed as a record with a warning until it has been synced to Enertia.

 

 


Charts and Summary Data

When the user has selected a trendline the charts and summary data form will open. The back button will return the user to the previous screen. Each item can be selected to display or not display when clicked. 31 days of data will display. Users can view this summary data in a chart view and data grid view. On the data grid view while on a route, the user can expand each date to see the summary broken down to the route stop level.


FDC Cellphone

FDC CellPhone is Enertia’s mobile Field Data Capture solution designed for smaller screens such as cellphones. The FDC CellPhone application works on the Android, and IOS cell phone devices. Users are able to capture data both with or without an internet connection, though an internet connection is required to sync data to the Enertia database. 

Login Screen

Users will enter their configured email address and password to connect to FDC.

Settings

Accessed from the icon on the login screen, the settings screen offers a simple way to configure each device and customize the user experience.


Available Options:

  1. Keypad Assist: This setting helps to make data entry easier by automatically moving field focus to the next field after data has been entered.

Once signed in, the application will load the navigation form that will allow the user to directly select route, route stop and equipment entity to begin entering data. The application also will remember the last selected route/route stop and equipment. From the Navigation screen users can click the icon to toggle on and off the navigation screen. Clicking the Icon will start the carryforward prompt. The  icon is used to sign out.


Additionally the following information can be accessed from the Navigation screen:

  1. Error Count Badge: These badges can be seen at the route, route stop and equipment entity levels. The badge shows number of record errors for each route, route stop or equipment entity.
  2. Downtime Cone: The cone can be seen at the route, route stop and equipment entity levels. The cone shows the count of wells that are currently down without an end date.

Data Entry

Once an Equipment entity has been selected the data entry form will display. To utilize the smaller screen more efficiently, only two days are displayed at a time. Users can switch between days by clicking the dates located at the top of the screen. From the Data Entry screen users can click icon toggle on and off the navigation screen. Clicking the icon will refresh the current screen and remove unsaved data from device. Clicking the icon will save all entered data to the device. The Sync icon is used to sync data with the Enertia Database. Users can swipe left or right on the data entry screen to move between pieces of equipment. Swiping left on the last equipment entity in the route stop prompts the user to move to the next route stop.

 

Additionally the following information and options are available from the Data Entry screen.

  1. Route Stop: Shows the selected Route Stop.
  2. Current Equipment Selection: Shows which piece of equipment is selected for data entry. Swiping left and right on the data entry screen moves between equipment entities.
  3. Equipment Information: Clicking this icon will display an equipment information screen with basic master file data and current day production totals.
  4. Downtime Cone: Indicates that the well is currently downtime without an end date.
  5. Non-Date-Specific Attributes: These attributes may span more than one day or may not be tied to a specific day. To enter a new record, click the  icon  under the appropriate date. Use the numbered button to review existing records.
  6. Daily Entry Attributes: These attributes are set to only allow one entry per day. Examples include tank inventory and daily gas entry.
  7. Save Record: Clicking this button will save the specified record. This is an easy way to save records with defaulted information.
  8. Delete Record: Clicking this button will delete the specified record.
  9. Defaulted Value: Fields with defaulted values display as light grey text. These fields can be updated or saved as is.
  10. Production Summary: This section will display the production totals of all records created for the previous two days for the route stop. Clicking the summary will display the 7 day production summary for the route stop in both grid and chart format.
  11. Error Count Badge: This is the number of record errors on the piece of equipment.
  12. Alternate Headers: The  icon under the attribute name allows the user to quickly switch between data entry forms for a given attribute.
  13. Date Lockout: Days displayed in grey indicate a user specified lock out date and period for editing. Typically this is between 5 and 7 days.
  14. Required Field: Fields that have been marked as required will display with an asterisk besides the field name.
  15. Locked Fields: Grey fields are locked and usually defaulted. Green fields are locked and indicate that the value will be calculated after the record is saved.
  16. Multiple per Day Attributes: These attributes allow more than one entry per day, however they are still date specific. To enter a new record, click the  icon  under the appropriate date. Use the numbered button to review existing records. Run tickets are a good example.

 

Multi and Non-Date-Specific Data Entry

Attributes that are either non date specific and seen at the top of the primary data entry form or allow multiple records per day and seen in the bottom portion of the data entry screen are organized in this manner. The  icon can be used to return to the data entry screen.

 

 

The following information and options are available from the multi entry screen:

  1. Equipment Entity Name: The selected equipment for which a multi or non-date-specific attribute is being entered.
  2. View Image: This button is used to view or add an image to existing records.
  3. Refresh: This button will refresh the current screen and remove unsaved data from device.
  4. Save: Use this button to save new record or save changes made to existing records.
  5. Delete: This button is used to delete currently selected record.
  6. Sync: This button will start the sync process with the Enertia database.
  7. Alternate Headers: The  icon under the attribute name allows the user to quickly switch between data entry forms for a given attribute.
  8. Data Entry: This section is used to enter a new record, or display an existing record to view or edit.
  9. Record List: Existing records will be listed in this grid. To view, edit, or delete a record simply select the desired record.
  10. Image Indicator: This icon indicates if the record has an associated image attached

 

Carry Forward

FDC Cellphone now supports the ability to carry forward records. This option is ideal for equipment and properties that field hands do not visit each day. Once initiated, the carry forward option will generate records for each day where defaults have been assigned to required fields and where records do not currently exist. This feature will only create records from the last entered record forward for any piece of equipment. This feature is accessed from the  Icon  located on the Navigation screen.

 

To carry forward records, simply click the carry forward button, select the routes, route stops, and equipment for which records will be carried forward and click the next button. Finally select the desired attributes for which the FDC application will generate new records.

Run Ticket Images

FDC Cellphone now supports the ability to take pictures and associate them to entered run tickets. Tickets must first be entered and saved to the device. Once the ticket is entered, the user must review the ticket and click the  icon. The user can then view existing images, add a new image, or delete existing images.


Record Errors

The FDC Cellphone application supports two kinds of validation: sync validation errors and custom validations that can be set up per each client’s specific business practices. Sync Errors are Enertia defined errors that detail issues with data prior to being saved to the Enertia database. Custom Validations can be user defined required fields, or set ranges for which entered data must comply before records can be saved to the device.

Sync Errors

After a sync Enertia could send back record errors. These will be highlighted. Once the user has corrected the error and performed a sync, the errors will disappear and the records will be resent to Enertia. Error badges displaying the error count can be seen displayed next to route, route stop, and equipment entity in the navigation screen, and attribute forms (daily, multi, and non-date-specific) in the data entry screen. Error details are provided on the relevant data entry screen when an errored equipment entity is selected.



Required fields

Any Field can be set up as required. These fields are displayed in the application with an asterisk. If a user attempts to save an attribute record without populating a required field, they will be presented with an error and prompted to enter a value before the record can be saved.

 

Min/Max Range Errors/Warnings

Any field that is limited to numeric data can be configured to enforce a min/max range. This type of validations can be configured to be an error or a warning. An error will not allow the user to save the record until the field passes the validation. A warning will allow the record to be saved but will remain to be displayed as a record with a warning until it has been synced to Enertia.