2020 is without a doubt, not the year any of us had planned however, as I look back on the past 12 months it has been heartening to witness our resilience and capacity to adapt to unparalleled circumstances and keep going. Petrosys colleagues and clients have successfully migrated to a ‘virtual’ world and it is with pleasure that I note our ability to communicate and remain productive has only gone from strength to strength.
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?
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
In the latest software release of Petrosys PRO 2020.1 new functionality has been added to improve quality and efficiency when mapping faulted horizons.
With the release of Petrosys PRO 2020.1, users are now able to display raster imagery with XYZ data as grids in Mapping and, in general, use across the software as part of any workflow.
Interica OneView delivers a unique, single pane of glass view across the entire petrotechnical application environment. Interica OneView quickly identifies all Petrosys PRO projects that have been created within an organization before collecting any available metadata, spatial data, and images that are available within the projects.
Susanna Willan, Petrosys Support Geoscientist On occasion on the support desk, our Users will request help with an issue that [...]