Software, hardware short takes

ESSI Corp., ES&H Consulting, Mechdyne, Expro, Fugro, Zeiss, IDS, BGS, Object Reservoir, OSIsoft, Tecplot, P2 Energy Solutions.

Black Elk Energy has deployed sensors from ESSI Corporation on its Gulf of Mexico platforms. The sensors provide early warning of hurricane damage or capsizing. ES&H Consulting designed the system—

The 3.0 release of Mechdyne’s Conduit software for immersive environments supports multiple users and motion capture across applications including, Enovia/Catia, Pro/Engineer, Maya, Google Sketchup/Earth and more—

Expro now offers a BOP inspection service using its multi-finger caliper and ‘ViewMax’ down-hole camera systems to provide in-situ imagery and integrity data on BOPs, casing and risers—

Field tests are currently underway on the Fugro/Zeiss ‘RoqScan’ portable rock properties analyzer. The system analyzes wellbore cuttings and core samples to provide mineralogical and textural datasets within an hour—

IDS has announced TourNet, which ‘transforms the IADC Tour Sheet from an e-document, to a digital database.’ TourNet provides multi-rig analytics and a bi-directional Witsml capability—

The British Geological Survey’s ‘iGeology’ was voted best ‘community favorite’ mobile app at the ESRI International User Conference—

Object Reservoir has announced ‘Limits 3.0,’ a shale gas focused reservoir engineering tool. Limits uses stochastic forecasting to predict future well performance—

OSIsoft ‘s PI Coresight is a new front end to PI System data. The tool was designed for ‘ad hoc’ data analysis and provides gauges, trends, data values, tables or bars. Coresight works in ‘any web browser that supports Microsoft Silverlight’—

The 2011 release of Tecplot RS adds support for Computer Modeling Group’s IMEX, STARS and GEM simulators—

Tobin Map Data is now available online as part of P2 Energy Solutions Tobin All Access subscription service. Tobin Online users can access map data directly from P2 Energy Solutions’ servers, ensuring the data is the latest available. GIS technicians and geologists can also access Tobin Online as a web map service from tools such as ESRI’s desktop ArcGIS—

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