• Quantum

    Dramatically reduce land seismic acquisition costs
    with the industry's lightest sensing system

  • Seismic Surveying

    Seismic exploration is the crucial tool in discovering new sources of oil and gas. It is used to create graphic representations of the earth’s subsurface geologic structure, which allow exploration companies to accurately and cost-effectively evaluate an area for its oil and gas yielding potential.

Innoseis develops revolutionary sensor technology that makes the search and use of energy resources more responsible and efficient.

We work closely with partners in science and industry to apply the latest scientific advances to seismic sensing systems.

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Quantum

Quantum is an ultra-light weight wireless seismic sensor network that dramatically reduces deployment costs, while scaling up to 1 million nodes for onshore exploration. 

Seismic Surveying

Seismic Surveying

Seismic surveying is the crucial tool in discovering new sources of oil and gas. It allows exploration companies to accurately and cost-effectively evaluate an area for its oil and gas yielding potential.

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Innoseis at the EAGE 2018

Innoseis would like to thank everyone who visited our booth and the INOVA booth at the EAGE in Copenhagen to
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Innoseis at the EAGE 2018

Visit us at the EAGE 2018 in Copenhagen

Innoseis will be show casing its latest Quantum seismic recording equipment at the EAGE conference and exhibition in Copenhagen this
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Visit us at the EAGE 2018 in Copenhagen

Innoseis announces delivery of Quantum nodal system to Mitcham Industries

Innoseis is proud to announce another important milestone with the delivery of a 5,000 node Quantum system to Mitcham Industries.
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Innoseis announces delivery of Quantum nodal system to Mitcham Industries

Innoseis’ Mark Beker featured in De Telegraaf

Innoseis’ CEO Mark Beker has been featured in the Dutch newspaper de Telegraaf. He spoke to Gabi Ouwerkerk about the
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Innoseis’ Mark Beker featured in De Telegraaf