Monday, October 14, 2013
WIT is now a division of GeoCenter LP, headquartered in Houston, TX. This strategic alliance allows us to partner with a leading seismic data processing services company, while our WIT team will continue to specialize in onshore depth migration. In addition, WIT also provides consulting services to Summit Geophysical, located in Denver, CO. For our customers, this will be a seamless process as we will continue to maintain offices in Denver and Houston. Stay tuned for more details, or feel free to drop us a line if you have any questions. We are open and it’s business as usual!
Friday, July 5, 2013
WIT has created partnerships with two boutique firms which expand WIT's reach. Interactive Earth Sciences Corp (IESC), managed by Mark Kramer and Peter Northrop, is a highly-regarded Denver firm specializing in seismic interpretation. We expect IESC to assist WIT with, among other things, well-seismic mistie analysis in situations where our clients lack the expertise or time. Terrasys Geophysics is a provider of potential fields software and interpretation. We expect Terrasys to provide gravity interpretation services to better constrain velocity models in difficult situations (e.g. salt, overthrust). More information about IESC and Terrasys can be found here: http://www.waveimagingtechnology.com/partners.htm
Monday, June 17, 2013
Wave Imaging Technology Inc. announces the release of its new WIT 5DI technology. WIT 5DI is our implementation of 5D Interpolation. WIT 5DI uses a weighted least-squares polynomial interpolation to estimate missing traces. We normally only interpolate receivers (keeping the number of shot records constant), but can estimate new shot records by appealing to reciprocity. Click here for a WIT 5DI Case study.
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
WIT's CEO Morgan Brown mugging with Keith Brownlee, president of the Dallas Geophysical Society. Thanks to a three-hour flight delay, Brown very nearly missed this talk, walking into the venue after the participants had already eaten! Thanks to Louis Dubois for supplying the photo.
Sunday, December 23, 2012
WIT's second US Patent (8,335,651 B2), Estimation of Propagation Angles of Seismic Waves in Geology with Application to Determination of Propagation Velocity and Angle-Domain Imaging, was issued by the USPTO on December 18, 2012.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
WIT is pleased to announce the addition of two new team members:
- Kevin Rybicki has joined as a Junior Depth Processor in WIT’s Houston headquarters. A former college swimmer, Kevin comes to geophysics from medical imaging.
- Ed Andrews, recently retired Chief Geophysicist of EXCO Resources in Pittsburgh, has joined WIT as a Senior Exploration Consultant. Ed will develop new business and maintain client relationships in the northeastern US.