The wireless system is self-sufficient where power, sensors and communications are built as one tool. The system can provide pressure and temperature measurements. A digital signal-processing module for the downhole tool has been proven to work in the wellbore environments and capable of differentiating signal from noise. It also is capable of detecting and processing the commands issued at the surface.
- Deployment of the acoustic wireless tool with built in gauges in the coil tubing string or completions string to provide pressure and temperature data for extended periods of time for formation build up tests or for maintaining optimum production pressure in the well.
- The acoustic wireless system will open new ways to collect data and transmit the information to the surface.
- The system can be placed in the well to monitor fluid or gas injection.
- The Downhole Real Time Wireless Gauge can also be used to monitor the performance of the artificial lift system deployed in the wellbore. The ability to monitor downhole pressure allows the wireless system to provide information to the surface that will optimize the pump performance and automate the lifting process.
- Service applications where the tool will stay in the wellbore for short periods of time to obtain downhole pressure and temperature readings to optimize the fracturing, gravel pack processes as well as drill stem testing applications.