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A Cyber-Physical System for Semi-Autonomous Oil&Gas Drilling Operations

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In Proc. of 5th Workshop on Collaboration of Humans, Agents, Robots, Machines and Sensors (CHARMS 2019), Naples, Italy, IEEE Computer Society Press, 2019.
DOI: 10.1109/IRC.2019.00107.
In Oil&Gas drilling operations and after reachingdeep drilled depths, high temperature increases significantlyenough to damage the down-hole drilling tools, and the existingmitigation process is insufficient. In this paper, we propose aCyber-Physical System (CPS) where agents are used to representthe collaborating entities in Oil&Gas fields both up-hole anddown-hole. With the proposed CPS, down-hole tools respond tohigh temperature autonomously with a decentralized collectivevoting based on the tools’ internal decision model while waitingfor the cooling performed up-hole by the field engineer. Thisdecision model, driven by the tools’ specifications, aims towithstand high temperature. The proposed CPS is implementedusing a multiagent simulation environment, and the results showthat it mitigates high temperature properly with both the votingand the cooling mechanisms.
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