A couple of years ago Petrosys PRO introduced the ability to use a dbm. file with WMS layers as a location map. Not only that but location maps can also be included within the map template and displayed in your map by selecting the relevant style template at any time.
Petrosys has a well-established history of playing well with others, we have long recognised the value to our clients in having our software and data management solutions work across multiple platforms and operating systems. We have significant plans to explore and evolve continuing to invest in data integration, open standards, and modern platforms, and have joined our sister company Interica this year as committed members of OSDU.
The Petrosys R&D Roadmap is committed to OSDU™; as members of the Open Group, participating in networking and best practices discussions and developing a connector that enables the extraction and visualisation of Well data from OSDU™.
The Petrosys and Interica teams are looking forward to presenting ‘Linking structured data to unstructured data: An E&P industry collaboration to improve future decisions’ at the upcoming PPDM Association’s Europe Virtual Data Byte on 19th May 2021.
Occasionally, we receive an email in the Support Inbox that reminds me how easy it is to resolve complex mapping challenges in Petrosys PRO - when you know where the tools are! One such email we received recently was to with a specific template in our Grid Arithmetic tool. The if…else template.
The way in which we view and interact with maps of all types and across all sectors of life and industry has changed significantly too. As the self-proclaimed ‘Mapping Gurus’, here at Petrosys, we have a clear interest in how our customers work with maps, which has recently raised the question – why do we need printed maps when digital maps are so readily available?
Petrosys PRO users can connect and work directly with Petrel data without having to import it into Petrosys PRO, but sometimes the icon may disappear when Petrel is updated. It's an easy fix.
Improve your mapping standards by taking advantage of the latest scientific colour gradients. We have added a number of perceptually uniform and ordered gradients to new release Petrosys PRO 2020.1, created by Fabio Crameri