PGS Technology Update

Please join us for the annual PGS Technology Update.

The half-day seminar will be held at The Royal Society
in central London on Tuesday 26 April, 12:30-17:00.

Our experts will present results from our latest development efforts and share insights and examples on selected data acquisition, processing and interpretation subjects.

  • Cost efficient Acquisition through Technology and Innovation
  • Recent Advances in Depth Imaging Technology
  • Flexible and Targeted 3D SRME Solutions
  • Advances in Broadband Rock Property Estimation
  • Combining Towed Streamer EM and GeoStreamer

For further details about the agenda don't hesitate to contact us.

 

Join our seminar: The PGS Technology Update will take place in the afternoon followed by an evening reception. 
As part of our visit to the Royal Society in Carlton House we will also have the opportunity to visit the archives and libraries with 30 min guided tour that will provide a fascinating insight to the development of science. 

Who should attend: The seminar is targeted at Exploration managers and asset based geoscientists who require an up-to-date understanding of the latest technology within the area of marine seismic acquisition, processing and interpretation.

Registration required: Please send us an email!

Location: London, UK

Venue: The Royal Society

 

About the venue: Following a lecture from Sir Christopher Wren The Royal Society (royalsociety.org) was established in 1660 to promote the advancement and excellence of in science. Early works included Hooke's Micrographia, Newton's Principia Mathematica and Benjamin Franklin's demonstration of lightening. The Society also backed Cook's discovery trail to Australia and New Zealand and first approved Charles Babbage's Difference Engine.
For over four centuries the Society 'fellows' have attracted included famous scientists such as Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Albert Einstein, Richard Dawkins, Stephen Hawkins and many, many more.