Our fully wireless system is easy to install and designed for tough operating conditions. It does not require any existing SCADA infrastructure, electrical work, or workover equipment.
See live equipment status, tank levels, production flows, and more. Operate your equipment from your phone, tablet, or computer. No more waiting for weekly or monthly reports, get real time alerts so you can stay on top of your operations.
Using our cutting-edge data processing, we can pace your wells to optimize production, reduce waste, and minimize wear & tear. Our control system works in the background to let you focus on other parts of your business.
Stay on top of your entire operation from home, the field, or even on vacation. Access the Acoustic Wells Dashboard to monitor and control the oilfield from your phone, computer, or tablet.
Connect to your wells so you can get deeper insights and make faster decisions
See what's going on with your operations from anywhere—your computer, phone, or tablet. Operate wells, receive and respond to live alerts, all with the tap of a finger.
Use our default dashboard layout and alert settings or make your own. Find your "just right" dashboard with our customizable interface and notification settings.
24/7 monitoring via our Web Dashboard with both real-time and predictive alerts. Let Acoustic Wells' control system take control of your wells for full automation.
No new equipment needed—just add our plug-and-play hardware that automatically connects to our Web Dashboard and you're good to go.
Born in a lab, but made for the real world.
Just screw or stick on where indicated, power up, sync up, and go. No need for downhole tools or well servicing equipment, no need to stop operations for more than the few minutes needed to install.
Encased in dust- and water-resistent housing and field tested, our device has been built for maximum reliability with the minimum amount of complication. A frame mounted solar panel and back-up battery provide power while removing the need to run additional power lines.
Lead all of your operations from a single page. Using the latest in data processing, you can now address problems before they have a chance to impact your business. See and control more about your business than you've ever been able to before, all just a click away. Available on your computer, phone, or tablet and totally customizable.
Sebastien is founder and CEO of Acoustic Wells. Sebastien developed and patented the core technology behind Acoustic Wells during his research at Massachusetts Institute of Technology ("MIT") where he graduated with a MS & Ph.D from the Aero/Astro department in 2014 and 2018, respectively. Prior to MIT, Sebastien received an MS on mechanical engineering from Ecole Centrale and a MS in physics from Paris XI in France. Sebastien has conducted research for Schlumberger and Siemens Turbomachinery.
Charles-Henri (Charles) is co-founder and COO of Acoustic Wells. Prior to Acoustic Wells's founding in 2019, Charles worked at MIT's Mathematics Department in partnership with Equinor. During his studies, Charles also worked as a software engineer at Schlumberger and a researcher with Total Refining and Chemicals. Charles received an MS and Ph.D in Mathematics from MINES ParisTech, France in 2014 and 2017, respectively.
Louis Creteur is co-founder and CTO of Acoustic Wells. Louis is a seasoned full-stack developer. Prior to Acoustic Wells, he served as technical lead and senior engineer for various IoT start-ups in Massachusetts, California and France. Louis received an MS in computer and information sciences from EPSI Arras in France in 2014.
Eric Zhang is CDO of Acoustic Wells. Prior to Acoustic Wells, Eric worked on the Real Assets strategy team at HarbourVest Partners in Boston, MA focused on investments in the energy, infrastructure, and natural resources spaces. He also served as an investment banker at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in Houston, TX focusing on the oil & gas and power sectors. Eric graduated with honors from the University of Texas at Austin with MPA/BBA degrees in 2013.