Continuing with its 2012 event calendar, Sonardyne International will be exhibiting at EAGEand Caspian Oil & Gas
Online PR News – 28-May-2012 – 28th May 2012, Yateley, Hampshire – Continuing with its 2012 event calendar, Sonardyne International will be exhibiting at EAGE (European Association of Geoscientists & Engineers), 4th-7th June in Copenhagen and Caspian Oil & Gas, 5th-8th June in Baku, Azerbaijan.
The largest, most comprehensive geoscience event in the world, EAGE is an opportunity to present the latest developments in geophysics, geology and reservoir engineering. Situated on Stand 1162, Sonardyne is showcasing its acoustic positioning and data telemetry technology that plays a key role in Ocean Bottom Node surveys. Also on stand for the first time will be Sonardyne’s Pressure Inverted Echo Sounder (PIES), a long life seabed logging instrument that autonomously gathers environmental data using its suite of onboard sensors.
“PIES has the ability to accurately track the average water column sound velocity over long periods, something which is of significant importance to geophysicists. It enables them to better understand the physical processes that occur in the deep ocean,” commented Trevor Barnes, Geophysical Business Development Manager at Sonardyne.
Now in its 19th year, Caspian Oil & Gas serves as a meeting for regional and international oil and gas leaders and representatives, and is an ideal forum for exhibitors to network. Located on Stand 1008, Sonardyne will be demonstrating its latest in sixth generation (6G) acoustic positioning and inertial navigation technology. 6G products enable construction survey operations such as structure placement, vessel positioning and subsea vehicle tracking to be completed in less time and with low risk.
“Caspian Oil & Gas and EAGE are both key events in their respective industries,” said Simon Goldsworthy, Sales Manager at Sonardyne. “They provide a great platform for demonstrating our latest technological developments and give us the opportunity to meet with clients to discuss their needs and identify the best possible solutions for achieving their objectives.”