WinLoG RT can be used to create boring and well logs and manage boring and well data. The program can be used on tablets, laptops and desktops that have the Windows operating system. The user interface has been specifically designed to make data collection easier on tablets and laptops. WinLoG RT can be used separately or as a field extension of the WinLoG/StrataExplorer application.
When used separately it operates very similar to WinLoG version 4. All of the data is stored on the local device and the logs can be printed directly from the local device. WinLoG RT can be used completely independently of WinLoG and does not require any other software.
When used in conjunction with the network version of WinLoG/StrataExplorer, WinLoG RT can act as a remote data collection device for boring and well data. The data collected in the field can be sent to the network as an Electronic Data Exchange (EDI) file. In addition, boring and well creation tasks can be automatically sent to personnel using WinLoG RT.
This boring and well creation process can be divided into three stages. This process can be divided between WinLoG RT and StrataExplorer/WinLoG or accomplished by WinLoG RT alone.
1. Scheduling and planning
The first stage in any field program is the scheduling and planning of boring and well creation events. StrataExplorer/WinLoG allows project managers to design, delegate, and monitor these events. Notification of these events can be automatically sent to WinLoG RT as email or SMS (text) messages.
2. Data Collection
Detailed boring and well information can be recorded in the field on a Windows laptop or tablet using WinLoG RT. Boring and well data collected using WinLoG RT can be uploaded to the network main database remotely as an Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) file. The remote uploading of data using an EDI provides for faster more comprehensive data reporting and reduces the possibility of transcription errors.
Boring and well data can be reported on a variety of logs. These logs can be easily customized to meet internal and external needs. In addition, boring and well data is fully integrated and available for use by other modules within StrataExplorer.
Each log can contain optional headers and footers and a large number of depth related column data. The types of columns available depend on the industry and can include lithologic descriptions and symbols, well data, sample and core data, geophysical data, lab data, etc. The table in the link below shows a comparison of the types of data that can be used in WinLoG RT for each industry as well as the previous version 4 of WinLoG.
Comparison with Competitors
We strive to make our software the best available at a competitive price. The table in the link below compares the different versions of WinLoG RT with some of the most common competitors.
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- WinLoG RT
- Pocket ESA
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