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ARK CLS launches GeoDataSync

Thursday, October 3, 2013

ARK CLS has released a new data collaboration technology called GeoDataSync (GDS) at the SEG 2013 Annual Conference.

At a time when many seismic interpretation workflows are characterized by multiple geoscience interpretation systems and data storage and duplication challenges, GeoDataSync brings order to the workflow, allowing interpreters to use multiple interpretation systems within the same unified workflow. Data can also be accessed without the need to copy it, removing the need to make copies of large seismic 3D data volumes and reducing storage costs.

The initial implementation of GeoDataSync, which has been sponsored by a major operator, has been developed as a plug-in to Petrel seismic to simulation software. Through a separate plug-in, GeoDataSync will also allow users access to 3D seismic data volumes and other data stored within dGB Earth Sciences'' seismic interpretation system, OpendTect.

''Seismic interpretation today is complicated by so many different geoscience software packages and - through the popularity of large 3D seismic cubes - so much data that it''s easy for seismic interpreters to become overwhelmed,'' said ARK CLS''s Managing Director, Adrian Bennetton. ''That''s why we believe that GeoDataSync is such an important breakthrough.''

''Running quietly in the background and lightweight, fast and efficient, GeoDataSync unifies the seismic interpretation workflow and enables interpreters to focus on their number one priority - accurately characterizing the subsurface. In a few years'' time, geoscientists will be wondering how they ever coped without GeoDataSync.''



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