Whether your company is divesting or acquiring assets, or your team is undergoing a software transition, the ability to have G&G data at your finger-tips is critical. Interpretation project archives and seismic data can now be managed and accessed in a single map view using the iGlass data management solution. The PPDM 3.8 database now supports the unique requirements for managing both geophysical and geological data contained within technical project archives with the new interpretation module ProjectDataStor.
Through ProjectDataStor, users can store and manage their interpreted information contained within their technical projects, in the same map view as their field and original processed seismic volumes. A tremendous amount of value can be generated from having this data exposed simultaneously.
User-Created Context for Technical Interpretation Project Back-Ups
The purpose of developing ProjectDataStor within iGlass was to create a solution that provides user-created context and metadata to technical interpretation project backups. This content can be managed and scheduled at user-defined intervals or milestones and retained based on the technical teams’ retention requirements as opposed to IT backup policies.
Interpreted information managed via ProjectDataStor include:
Retain Critical Knowledge About Your Technical Projects
As geoscientists manage their interpretation files within ProjectDataStor, they can capture all of the information and context for their technical project data. Once properly loaded and indexed, users can easily access their interpretation project archives via iGlass’s map interface and have the benefits of disaster recovery support in a hosted environment.
Geoscientists can search the iGlass map for data that meets their criteria as needed in their daily operations and decision-making. The accessibility to view and download all data types within one web-based map portal and GIS interface assists in effective evaluations, asset divestitures and enables geoscientists to:
For more information on managing interpretation archives with ProjectDataStor, please contact us.