Landmark’s Geographix unit has upgraded its Windows-based SeisVision interpretation system to interoperate with Landmark’s flagship OpenWorks database environment. SeisVision for OpenWorks provides a dynamic link between Geographix’s SeisVision and Landmark’s UNIX-based SeisWorks and OpenWorks products.
Landmark’s customers now have a seismic interpretation system that can scale across IT infrastructures from Windows 2000, NT to UNIX. This allows organizations to “better manage their application and IT expenses by providing a completely flexible and cost-effective configuration option.”
SeisVision’s seismic data is now directly linked to OpenWorks or SeisWorks projects. SeisVision users can interpret horizons, faults, and surfaces that are then stored, in real time, into a SeisWorks project file. The system also provides for well and curve data exchange via the GeoGraphix Discovery WellXchange module.
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