At the annual meeting and exposition of the Society of exploration geophysicists in Houston last month Paradigm introduced its new ‘open and integrated’ interpretation and data platform, Epic. Included in the Paradigm 2014 release, Epic introduces a programming interface to Paradigm applications and the Epos database.
Epic also adds a common user interface to Paradigm’s Epos database infrastructure along with functionality for the creation of custom workflows. Developers can integrate their own applications with Epic royalty-free, using either a plug-in or straight into the Epos database.
Paradigm executive VP technology Duane Dopkin said, ‘Users can now select specific Paradigm applications to connect into their primary platform and achieve efficient product integration, multi-disciplinary collaboration and use our applications alongside third-party solutions.’
Epic will be released in stages, beginning with an infrastructure that unifies Paradigm’s application suite into a single integrated console. Connectors to third-party platforms such as Petrel, JavaSeis and ArcGIS, will also become available in 2013 and early 2014, augmenting pre-existing connections into OpenWorks, GeoFrame and OpenSpirit. More from Paradigm.
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