Software, hardware short takes

HampsonRussell, Epsis, EssencePS, StoneRidge, Rock Flow Dynamics, Safe Software, Esri, Ikon Science, INT, Geovariances, 2H Offshore, Schlumberger, SimpleInfoApps, RockWare.

CGG has released HampsonRussell Software’s HRS 10.1 with new seismic azimuth analysis, automated inversion parameter tests and AVO quick look modeling.

V6.1 of EpsisTeamBox collaboration engine brings new enhancements to grant publishing rights to correspondents and automates publishing to users or machines when starting a workflow. The environment module now automatically adapts to a users screen configurations.

EssencePSEssRisk release 1.3 now reads binary Eclipse files, adding compatibility with StoneRidge’s Echelon and Rock Flow Dynamics’ tNavigator. EssRisk was recently used by Baker Hughes to optimize smart well design.

The 2016 edition of Safe Software’s geographical transformation engine FME adds support for Autodesk ReCap, AWS Aurora, Portal for ArcGIS and SAP Hana among others and claims ‘43 new ways to transform your data.’

Esri has named its new GIS-enabled pipeline model (Oil ITJ 2016 n°1) as ‘APR,’ for ArcGIS pipeline referencing.

Ikon’s new RokDoc module includes wavelet estimation and editing to improve seismic-to-well calibration. Ikon’s four research sponsors acquired the functionality in early 2016.

INT has published a suite of YouTube videos demonstrating INTViewer functionality including QC and analysis of P190 and SPS navigation files, resampling of SEGY files in Python, petrophysical analysis and synthetic seismogram generation.

The ‘Flumy’ module in Geovariances’s Isatis 2016 now offers realistic modeling of turbidite environments.

Acteon unit 2H Offshore has announced FlawIQ, an engineering critical assessment tool that automates BS7910 and API 579 procedures for fatigue assessments of offshore structures.

The 2016.1 release of Schlumberger’s ProSource Seabed data model-based seismic data manager includes protection from the latest cyber vulnerabilities, streamlined setup and deployment and an expanded data footprint.

CEO and founder of SimpleInfoApps, Fahad Al-Dhubaib tells us that his company is focused on building simple and effective software for the oil and gas industry. First out of the starting blocks is a ‘Simple oil and gas data manager’ application, currently in release candidate stage and ‘on course for launch in May.’

RockWare’s RockWorks 17 update adds contour animation, Azure cloud support and data dictionaries embedded in SQL Server. RockWare has also announced a free online coordinate converter covering a variety of NAD, UTM and WSG formats.

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