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Real-time and cable-free wireless seismic system successfully deploys 7,500 channels in Kurdistan.

Reprint from Hart Energy's E&P Daily News (SEG 2013 Annual Meeting on September 23, 2013) 

From Bay Geophysical website

In October 2012, Bay acquired the Wireless Seismic RT System 2 seismic acquisition system for the purpose of increasing field operation efficiency for 3-D seismic acquisition.  The Wireless Seismic system is a cable-free acquisition system with real-time data monitoring and recording.  In January 2013, Bay doubled the number of Wireless Seismic acquisition channels for acquiring 3-D seismic grids.  Since then, Bay has acquired 3-D grids with its Wireless Seismic system enhancing field operations and efficiency while maintaining a superior product for its clients.  Read More.


Real-Time Wireless vs. Cable System

Bay conducted a comparison test between the Wireless Seismic RT System 2 and the ARAM Aries II acquisition systems.  To see comparison test, click here.

Reprint from Digital Energy Journal, Friday, August 16, 2013

Wireless Seismic, Inc. has completed a $12.5m funding round with existing shareholders, Chesapeake Energy and Energy Ventures, being joined by Total Energy Ventures, the corporate venture arm of Total.

Michael L. Abrams and A. Keith Elder provide a detailed analysis of the effective dynamic range of land seismic equipment along with some misconceptions.

Reprint from First Break volume 31, January 2013.

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