After the release of C ENTER v1.0.0 earlier this month, we have added several new videos demonstrating the functionality of the different modules in C ENTER, in our YouTube channel. Go and check out our channel to see all our videos, or watch the newly posted videos below. Also, more videos will come in the near future.
If interpretation is not black and white… …are positive and negative amplitudes sufficient to map the subsurface? While making sense of your data in Petrel, have you ever wished there was a button you could push to display porosities, sand bodies and oil, gas or CO2?
A new version of ENTER is here, with the now patented Inverse Rock Physics Modelling (IRPM) technology.
Now with the new realtime interactive subsurface characterization (RISC) module!
Rock Physics Technology AS (RPT) and Geo Imaging Solutions (GIS) announced a joint venture at the Brazilian Geophysical Society & Expogef in Rio de Janeiro this week.
Now with improved handling of large data, plotting and modelling capabilities.
Rock Physics Technology AS welcomes Mark Littman as our new VP Sales & Marketing. He will be bringing ENTER™ to the international E&P community.
Now with improved flexibility in specifying axis limits and colormaps.
Several new YouTube videos showing the functionality in ENTER™.
Minor updates with a couple of improvements and some bug fixes.
Now with new models, workflows and functionalities. Also, with this release we have started posting videos on our YouTube channel showing how to use ENTER™.
We are looking for a skilled and enthusiastic Technical Sales Manager to join our management team and lead our ambitious efforts to provide world class software and services to customers worldwide. You will be an important part of a dynamic company with highly skilled co-workers in a creative environment located in the technology hub Media City Bergen.
From 1. January, 2018 Rock Physics Technology will be found at Media City Bergen, a leading center for mediatech and innovation in Bergen. The center was opened Autumn 2018 and holds over 1200 employees. Companies present in the building includes Norwegian media leaders NRK, TV2 and BT, and mediatech success stories such as Vizrt, Vimond and Highsoft.
On behalf of Innovation Norway, technology transfer office Bergen Teknologioverføring (BTO) has sold shares in Rock Physics Technology (RPT). The transaction is the first exit of investments made through the Norwegian governmental pre-seed funding since its beginning in 2016.
We are proud to annouce that Interactive Network Technologies - INT has been selected as a developing partner for ENTER, our new quantiative interpretation platform.