INOVA recently released a combined portable charge + download rack for small channel Quantum systems. Combined with INOVA’s iX1 software, this is the ideal system for small channel count 1C nodal projects. The system is simple to transport, easy to … Read More
Innoseis would like to thank everyone who visited our booth and the INOVA booth at the EAGE in Copenhagen to talk about Quantum. We hope to see you next year in London!
Innoseis will be show casing its latest Quantum seismic recording equipment at the EAGE conference and exhibition in Copenhagen this June 11 – 15. Visit Booth 802 for a detailed discussion on the latest in seismic recording technology.
Innoseis is proud to announce another important milestone with the delivery of a 5,000 node Quantum system to Mitcham Industries. The nodes are fully integrated with INOVA’s high performance iX1 data management system, ready for immediate deployment in the Middle … Read More
Innoseis’ CEO Mark Beker has been featured in the Dutch newspaper de Telegraaf. He spoke to Gabi Ouwerkerk about the wide uses for Innoseis’ Quantum sensor nodes. To read the full article click here.
Innoseis is pleased to announce the sale and delivery to Geofizyka Toruń S.A of its second generation of improved performance seismic data acquisition nodes. Geofizyka Toruń is a leading international geophysical contractor operating in Europe, Asia, Africa, Central & South … Read More
12th June, 2017 INOVA Geophysical of Houston, Texas and Innoseis of Amsterdam, the Netherlands are pleased to announce that they have entered into an Agreement to jointly develop a world-leading autonomous nodal acquisition system to drastically reduce the cost of … Read More
Innoseis is pleased to announce the delivery of a second generation of improved performance Tremornet nodes. In moving towards ultra-high trace densities to improve image quality the land seismic industry faces challenges of practical deployment and operational cost. Working with … Read More
Innoseis will be show casing its latest Tremornet seismic recording equipment at the EAGE conference and exhibition in Paris this June 12 – 15. Visit Booth 816 for a detailed discussion on the latest in seismic recording technology
Innoseis has conducted a successful field trial of its revolutionary Tremornet seismic recoding system. The trial, completed during an active seismic survey, built on the previously performed passive tests and demonstrated the systems compatibility with active surveys. Being deployed side-by-side … Read More