On A Mission
In 2006, Wireless Seismic was formed by a group of exploration and production innovators with the mission to develop and commercialize the first wireless seismic data acquisition system with the ability to collect data in real-time. The resulting technology, the RT 1000, was successfully launched in 2010, revolutionizing onshore seismic data acquisition.
In 2012, Wireless Seismic launched RT System 2 (RT2), incorporating next generation technology and many enhanced features. By immediately transmitting the data to a central location, RT2 eliminates the longstanding risks of data loss and reshooting due to unit theft, damage, or malfunction and the issues related to data collection and transcription.
Innovative and Incomparable Technology
RT3 was launched in 2017 to address the growing market need to acquire much denser onshore seismic surveys. RT3 is designed to provide better quality, high-density subsurface images, while lowering capital and operating expenses through automation, lower equipment costs, and reduced weight. The smaller footprint and crew headcount reduces cycle times and HSE exposure.
Also in 2017, Wireless Seismic, Geokinetics, and Total E&P Research & Development announced their partnership in developing METIS, which aims to significantly reduce cycle times and optimize HSE performance while acquiring and processing 3D land programs in difficult areas worldwide. Based on the RT3 technology, Wireless Seismic is providing the real-time recording infrastructure that supports 150,000+ channels; the high-speed, real-time radio telemetry system; and the seismic recording unit deployed from aerial drones.
Today, Wireless Seismic provides the industry’s only fully scalable wireless seismic recording system with real-time seismic data acquisition. RT3 and RT2 are easy to use. The operator never has to worry about data visibility and acquisition speed—limitations that may be found in other cableless systems. No other system, be it hybrid wireless or nodal, comes close to the performance level of RT3 and RT2.
Backed With Confidence
Wireless Seismic is backed by Chesapeake Energy Corporation, one of the largest onshore producers and the largest user of seismic data in the United States; Energy Ventures, an independent venture capital firm dedicated to upstream oil and gas investments; and Total Energy Ventures, the corporate venture capital arm of the French major oil and gas company, the Total Group.
Our Values & Guiding principles
WE ARE CUSTOMER FOCUSED…
We have a personal and uncompromising focus on providing value to our customers. We strive to be responsive and proactive in support of their needs. We consistently deliver on our commitments.
WE COMMUNICATE WITH PURPOSE…
We keep each other informed. By communicating effectively, we empower each individual to work with a sense of purpose and understanding. We communicate with respect and candor. We value each other’s point of view.
WE WORK COLLABORATIVELY TO ACHIEVE SHARED GOALS…
We maximize our collective talents through teams and partnerships. We recognize that teamwork, collaboration, and cooperation are fundamental in realizing our vision, and every one of us has a stake in this business.
WE TREAT EACH OTHER WITH RESPECT…
We foster an environment of mutual trust. We treat people the way we would like to be treated, and in a manner that is sensitive, thoughtful, and respectful. We challenge behavior that contradicts this guiding principle.
WE DO THE RIGHT THING…
…even when no one’s looking. We lead by example. We are committed to acting honestly and responsibly in our effort to achieve our goals. We will not sacrifice ethical behavior in the pursuit of these business objectives.
Wireless Seismic is proud to be recognized for its innovation and its technical advancement of onshore seismic acquisition. Core to our success is having a personal and uncompromising focus on providing value to our customers.
Our team embodies an uncompromising desire to create trusted partnerships with each customer. We strive for communication that is honest, purposeful, and dependable. Much of our technology success is due to the constant dialog and feedback we initiate with clients. We pride ourselves in listening and helping to create solutions that provide value to our customers. Most significantly, we strive to treat our customers and their needs with respect and act responsibly and ethically to ultimately achieve our collective goals.
Our team is at the heart of what we do, and their safety and wellbeing is priority. Cultivating an environment where we maximize our collective talents is essential to a productive and enjoyable work experience. We recognize that teamwork, collaboration, and cooperation are fundamental in realizing our vision, and every one of us has a stake in this business.
Mr. Lambert joined Wireless Seismic in December 2010 as Chief Operating Officer and was appointed President and CEO in August 2014. Previously, he served as President for Ikon Science Americas Inc. and spent 16 years in leadership roles at GX Technology Corporation (GXT), with the last 10 years in the role of President and CEO. During his tenure at GXT, Mick help build the company into a top-tier provider of advanced subsurface imaging services and basin-scale, multi-client, seismic surveys. Mick’s seismic experience before GXT included nine years with Seiscom Delta and four years with CogniSeis Development.
Mr. Elder joined Wireless Seismic in 2007 after working for Input/Output, Inc. for 18 years. He provided technical leadership in the development of several of Input/Output’s cable and wireless systems. Mr. Elder’s early seismic career was spent in field service and management for several geophysical contractors. He holds numerous patents related to the application of seismic instrumentation and is a graduate of the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in Electronic Engineering Technology.
Mr. Kooper has been in the seismic instrumentation sector for over 22 years. His experiences include worldwide technical support, development, and engineering management of several land-based seismic systems. He joined Wireless Seismic in 2008 after 18 years at Input/Output Inc. Steve applies his extensive practical and technical experience to Wireless Seismic’s RT system offering. He has been awarded several seismic instrumentation patents and is a graduate of the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in Electronics Engineering.
Mr. Williams joined Wireless Seismic as Director of Business Development in August of 2011. Prior to joining Wireless Seismic, he served as Vice President Sales for Guralp, a United Kingdom-based equipment manufacturer. Mr. Williams previously held positions as Regional Manager, United States and Latin America Sales, for INOVA Geophysical and as Global Business Development Manager and Technical Sales Manager, Land Imaging Division, for ION Geophysical. Mr. Williams began his career as a surveyor and seismic observer.
Mr. Ohnesorge joined Wireless Seismic in May 2012. He has comprehensive knowledge in the digital and radio communications and seismic equipment fields, as well as extensive experience in training and support. Prior to joining Wireless Seismic, Mr. Ohnesorge worked as a field service engineer for ION Geophysical. He previously held positions as an observer for Global Geophysical and as a systems integrator for X-Net Systems, Inc.
Based in Moscow, Vlad Kuzmichev joined Wireless Seismic, Inc. in 2013 and is responsible for business development in Russia and the former Soviet Union. He has over 20 years of experience in seismic operations and acquisition, starting from observer and advancing to project manager and technical director positions. Vlad brings extensive experience of land, marine, and transition zone projects worldwide to Wireless Seismic from his time working for Russian companies, GeoGlobAll and PetroAlliance, and for U.S.-based companies, Geokinetics and Global Geophysical.
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