Efficient Task Management
Workflows using data from multiple sources often involve complex import and export operations that are not only time consuming but which also reduce data integrity. Petrosys provides a range of options for accessing information directly. This improves the retention of data integrity whilst simplifying and speeding up operations.
Probably not what you expect – it’s excellent middleware…
Petrosys Exchange functionality can be used to transfer subsurface and spatial data between a range of 3rd party sources. Choose input data sources and move data to defined output data sources interactively or in saved workflows.
Designed to recognise the source application coordinate reference systems, Petrosys converts data to project-specified map CRS on the fly.
When Petrosys throws up a CRS warning on a project connection, we take note – cross-referencing locations has allowed us to identify and correct potentially costly well positioning errors…
Interrogate then Select Data
Create maps, 3D displays and surface models from the latest interpretation data. Query data directly using the map interface and then update surface models.
Optimise Software License Use
When you have a restricted license pool for an application, or are working on the road, using an offline Petrosys project can provide a useful snapshot of interpretation and other data without incurring new licensing costs.
Share Spatial Data
The Petrosys spatial data translator provides fast easy export of much of the diverse and specialised range of Petrosys map content into more generic spatial formats for use in applications ranging from Petrel through ArcGIS to Google Earth. Our Esri Plugin also allows viewing of Petrosys grids, contours and faults in ArcMap.
Petrosys provides the ability to bridge the interpretation and GIS environments.
Capitalise on your Petrel interpretations
The direct connectivity between Petrosys PRO and Petrel lets you run Petrosys surface modeling and presentation quality mapping from a Petrel session, bringing together Petrel project data with a range of other project and master data stores to create the informative maps and credible surfaces and volume estimates that are the basis of effective resource development.