FieldTwin Design is able to ingest data from a multitude of input sources such as various file formats and online data/web services. This is an overview over the various formats we support:
To allow for real time collaborative field design using modern cloud and browser based technology allowing you access from anywhere at anytime we offer a Generic Library of 3D models that are optimized for online streaming. The format used is:
You can read more about the standard here:
To create your own private asset libraries and have them available to your instance, please contact us for more information as we support most 3D Engineering formats in the 3D model optimization, conversion and asset publlishing process.
We support imagery to be added to your field layout as layers. The image formates supported are:
JPG , PNG , GIF , BMP
For more information see Picture
All image and video formats supported by Chrome
This allows you to add Bathymetry and/or Survey data to your Field layout in GeoTiff or X,Y,Z (pointcloud) format. You can add multiple Bathymetry/Surveys to a sub-project. FieldAP will then height- or depth-sample if you will each Bathymetry layer individually, and where there is no Bathymetry data the default “Sea Level” value from the Project settings will be used.
.txt , .xyz , and .geoJSON
You can create 3D surface layer out of point data in .xyz, we can also read geoTiff and .dem files.
For more information see 3D Surface
Surface Raster formats¶
Read more about the raster formats we handle here :
If you want to ingest pipeline data this can be done by importing a connection profile in x,y,z ASCII format.
You can also import connections or pipelines from files as follows:
For more infomation see Support for GeoJSON files
Shape file import¶
For more infomation see Support for SHP files import
Import Profile from WFS¶
For more infomation see Import Profile From WFS
We support the most common well data formats from applications such as Compass, DecisionSpace etc. Typically well trajectories are ingested from text files, or through the API.
For more information see Well fom File
Web Mapping Service (WMS)¶
The use of geography data is becoming more and more important for oil and gas operators and service providers to make informed decisions. This can be in terms of locating and extracting new resources, better field design and planning, information retrieval and offers deeper insight into relationships and patterns as part of everyday operations. You can add a map layer to Field Activity Planner using the WMS (Web Mapping Service) Module.
For more information see WMS