Searcher has launched new data layers functionality on its on-demand seismic web platform, sAIsmic, from Searcher’s partnerships with MapStand and NVentures.
The new MapStand and NVentures layers functionality on sAIsmic with an info tab that allows users to view blocks, wells and field information, anywhere in the world, providing valuable location context for sAIsmic users.
“We are very excited to have launched this latest functionality on sAIsmic through the partnerships with MapStand and NVentures which highly complement the on-demand platform,” Alan Hopping, VP at Searcher stated.
“Continually developing, adding functionality and new data to the sAIsmic platform is Searcher’s primary focus to assist in advancing our clients exploration efforts. sAIsmic has been immensely transformative for our clients, especially in the way they have interacted with seismic data in 2020. With numerous clients working from home and users scattered across the globe, sAIsmic users are now able to access seismic data volumes, gathers or just a single trace instantly online,” Mr. Hopping added.
Searcher’s expanding sAIsmic on-demand data currently hosts rectified seismic in Australia, Argentina, Peru and South Africa. Searcher’s multi-client seismic data in Australia, Argentina, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Peru, Timor-Leste, Ireland, Norway and Mexico are also available on the sAIsmic platform.