SEG/DENVER, Colo. — (October 23, 2014) — Christie®, a world leader in 3D visualization display technologies, will again be Gold Sponsor of the Society of High Performance Computing (SHPCP) Theater during the 84th annual Society of Exploration Geophysicist’ (SEG) International Exposition in Denver October 26-31. SEG’s Exposition and Annual Meeting is the world's largest oil, energy and mineral exposition showcasing cutting-edge technology for use in exploration and associated industries, where thousands attend to learn and discover geophysical innovations and new earth science technologies. Among the Christie solutions on display at SEG are the Christie FHD552-X HD LCD flat panels, Christie QuadHD84 LCD flat panels, Christie® MicroTiles®, front access 70-inch Christie Entero® HB rear projection cube, the only LED display to offer Wi-Fi enabled wireless control, Christie Phoenix® open content management tool, and Christie Brio meeting presentation and collaboration solutions.
“Oil and energy companies require that the critical roles of collaboration and advanced visualization be integrated in the displays used for exploring and synthesizing seismic images and data. Christie’s visualization displays and solutions are being used around the world to better evaluate spatial relationships, which can improve insight derived from the data,” said Dave Muscat, senior director, Americas Region, Visualization, Simulation and Control Room Solutions, at Christie.
A series of presentations will be offered to attendees in the 50-seat SHPCP Theater. Christie will sponsor two Halliburton presentations that will be shown on a Christie QuadHD84 LCD flat panel. Included is a presentation by Mary Cole, Halliburton product manager, on High Resolution Displays in Oil and Gas with key findings from human perception and user-experience research, followed by a discussion on implications for using these large displays to maximal effect to improve subsurface understanding.
Satyam Priyadarshy, Ph.D., Halliburton chief data scientist, will present his abstract Taking Exploration Geophysics to a Next Level with Big Data. He will discuss key challenges and approaches to resolving the challenges with the high degree of complexity in creating value from the geophysical, seismic, and related data sets, and how the complexities could be alleviated by leveraging the four foundational legs of Big Data.
On Oct 28, at 3:30 p.m., in the SEG –SHPCP Theater, Steve Lutz, senior sales manager for Christie’s visual environments, will speak about several new technologies being utilized in visualization applications including new user interfaces, auto alignment and display technologies.
Rental and staging company Data Display Audio Visual, will provide many products including Christie MicroTiles configured in various shapes and sizes to create captivating digital canvases for these leading-company booths.
- Baker Hughes (#1150), which delivers solutions that help oil and gas operators make the most of their reservoirs, will display a 5-by 4-unit MicroTiles array.
- Drillinginfo (#1709), the leading SaaS and data analytics company for energy exploration decision support, for the oil and gas industry, will have an 88 unit MicroTiles wall.
- Halliburton (#938), the world’s leading provider of end-to-end E&P software solutions for delivering more accurate and faster decisions, will present a full schedule of theater presentations on a 12-by-12-foot video wall composed of 96 MicroTiles.
- HP (#518) – a world leader in offering the broadest technology portfolio spanning printing, personal systems, software, services and IT infrastructure, will display a Christie QuadHD84 with Halliburton’s DecisionSpace® software platform content.
- LMKR Geographix (#2280) geoscience technology provider in the E&P sector, will have a 5 feet by 4 feet MicroTiles wall.
- Paradigm (#623), the largest independent developer of software-enabled solutions to the global oil and gas industry, will display a 40-unit MicroTiles wall.
- Schlumberger (#1319), the world’s leading supplier of technology, integrated project management and information solutions to customers working in the oil and gas industry worldwide, will showcase a nine-unit MicroTiles wall.
Technical Innovation’s CriticalSpace Solutions (#1876) will have a 2 by 2 display of 70- inch front access Christie HB Entero Cubes to exhibit state-of-the-art visualization solutions that demonstrate sophisticated collaborative visualization and seismic data interpretation capabilities. Christie Spyder X20 image processor will power the Christie Phoenix and Christie Brio, with FEI’s Avizo 3D software for visualization solutions used for collaboration applications will also be on display.
Christie Digital Systems USA, Inc. is a global visual technologies company and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ushio, Inc., Japan, (JP:6925). Consistently setting the standards by being the first to market some of the world’s most advanced projectors and complete system displays, Christie is recognized as one of the most innovative visual technology companies in the world. From retail displays to Hollywood, mission critical command centers to classrooms and training simulators, Christie display solutions and projectors capture the attention of audiences around the world with dynamic and stunning images. Visit www.christiedigital.com.
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