Day #1 – MASS III:
At Magseis, we are striving every day to be at the forefront of seabed seismic technology.
Today, we are pleased to present our latest edition to our portfolio of sensors by introducing the new MASS III node sensor.
- Ultra-compact and with increased battery life – now running for ~150 days.
- Displayed at booth #1951
- The MASS III node will be live and active, which means it will continuously display seismic activity in the vicinity of the booth and in Dallas!
Day #2 – Enabling Large Spreads:
Magseis is changing the way ocean bottom seismic acquisition is being conducted. Since start of operations in 2014, we have moved from multiple patch acquisition into rolling spreads with a record breaking 350km of active cable on our current project. The compactness of our nodes enable us to carry large inventories and step-changing efficiencies at significantly reduced costs to clients worldwide.
Want to learn more? – visit booth #1951 for a chat
Day #3 – All the way down to 3,000m
Our node sensor is depth rated for water depths from 0 – 3,000, allowing uniform datasets across varying water depths. We are offering OBS acquisition services from various deployment vehicles. Cable operations for large scale operations and industry leading ROV operations for deep water, 4D and smaller surveys. Our joint development project with Shell is developing a highly efficient system to deploy MASS technology in ultra-deep water with positioning accuracy for 4D work.