HOUSTON & STAFFORD, Texas, USA– Seismic-Micro Technology (SMT) and OpenSpirit announced that the two companies will provide clients the ability to more easily share data between geoscience applications. SMT will leverage the full power of the OpenSpirit v3.x interoperability framework in an upcoming release of its KINGDOM software. The next-generation SMT KINGDOM Application Adapter will allow interpreters to work in the user-friendly Windows environment while sharing data with any OpenSpirit-enabled application or data repository.
Commenting on the announcement, Randy Harvey, Vice President of Development, SMT, said, “Large organisations face the reality of supporting multiple geoscience applications that don’t always play well together. By working with OpenSpirit, SMT will help customers integrate their geoscience applications, data stores, and GIS systems. This means geophysical and geological professionals can work in their application of choice and have it remain accessible by the entire asset team.”
This new relationship will improve the capabilities in both software products, making geoscience collaboration easier. Customers will be able to move data easily between KINGDOM, the Windows-based interpretation, and other OpenSpirit-enabled geoscience applications, regardless of their operating system. Supported applications include Halliburton’s (HAL) Landmark OpenWorks software and Schlumberger’s (SLB) GeoFrame and Petrel software.