KADME has joined the Open Group’s Open Subsurface Data Universe (OSDU) forum. The OSDU is a consortium of oil companies, vendors and academics that has the aim of building an open, standard data platform which will reduce silos and put data at the centre of the subsurface community.
KADME’s Technical Account Manager, Jesse Lord, will give a speech at the DigEx conference in Oslo. The talk will be focused on the help you can get from an Insight Engine in preparing the data for your Machine Learning algorithms.
The award was given for the creation of a digital management platform for large geological, geophysical and production data of PJSC Tatneft. The platform was built using KADME’s data access platform Whereoil as the foundation and the work involved specialists from the Russian IT company ITPS Group, who developed applications and workflows using Whereoil’s powerful API (Application Programming Interface).
Positive feedback received from RN Nordic following the delivery of our Supergrid project for the Norwegian Sea.
Visit KADME at the EAGE annual exhibition in Copenhagen, Denmark.