As more E&P and geoscience companies ingest data and migrate to the cloud to search and work with their data, one key piece — leveraging machine learning and processing and visualizing the results — becomes increasingly important. Join us as we show how you can connect to any machine learning or processing service to execute a complete, end-to-end workflow all in one platform, IVAAP, hosted on AWS.
Critical Components of Bringing Subsurface Data to the Cloud
AWS–INT Webinar: A New Era in O&G: Critical Components of Bringing Subsurface Data to the Cloud
As the oil & gas industry continues its digital transformation by taking advantage of the benefits of moving subsurface data into the cloud, it faces specific challenges. AWS and INT have worked together to help companies like these navigate these challenges and have learned some key components that make moving subsurface data to the cloud even more successful.
GeoToolkit.JS 2021: New Features and Enhancements
New features and enhancements in GeoToolkit.JS 2021
Learn about the newest features and improvements in the latest version of GeoToolkit.JS: New HTML overlay feature, new 3D features and faster 3D rendering, support of ArcGIS Arcade expression language in maps, and more!
Integrating Powerful Map Capabilities in Your Subsurface Web Applications
Integrate robust map features into your subsurface web applications.
Geoscientists’, petrophysicists’, and managers’ user experience starts typically with a map-based search of subsurface data (wells, survey, seismic field, etc…) to see the data in its context. Developers of exploration applications in the cloud must add robust mapping functionalities in order to meet usability expectations. With the GeoToolkit map widget, we’ve simplified this process to allow users to generate insights quickly and clearly, using common web mapping services.
GeoToolkit.JS 2020 Overview
Webinar: GeoToolkit.JS 2020 Highlights and Features
In this webcast, we review the GeoToolkit.JS 2020 release highlights:
Improved ArcGIS support, new interactive tools, multilateral schematics, new gridding algorithms, and improved volumetric memory.