Collaboration brings new perspectives to your data and helps to remove interpretation bias. However, getting to the point where you can easily collaborate directly on your data often requires significant time and effort.
At Osokey, we have developed solutions to minimise collaboration set up times and enable real-time collaboration with multiple users.
You can now collaborate on any seismic line, with colleagues across the globe, within seconds
Within the application, seismic lines and map co-ordinates can be instantly sent to all geoscientists within the session. This ensures that everyone in the collaboration session has the same view and is discussing the same thing.
It is also possible to directly send secure seismic links to colleagues to gain feedback and insights on projects when real-time collaboration is not possible (e.g. time zone challenges).
Global analogue database
Multiple user collaboration
Sketches and notes from collaboration sessions can be retained for future reference allowing the development of a corporate knowledge database. These observations are directly connected to your data, ensuring that you can easily retrieve these insights in the future.
Seismic data can also be labelled allowing you to build up a global seismic analogue database utilising your company expertise. Searches can be performed to find the global analogues for a particular geological feature. This can build towards a machine learning training data set for seismic (to learn more, go to our DATA ANALYSIS page).
The collaboration sessions can have multiple users. This allows you to use Osokey's technology for larger scale sessions such as training courses, project framing/review sessions or global town hall meetings as well as team meetings and 1-2-1 collaboration sessions.
Collaboration sessions are run in specified channels. This allows multiple collaboration sessions to be run in parallel.
Our technology allows you to restrict the access levels of individual users. Access can be restricted to individual seismic lines. This allows you to share small subsets of your seismic repository with external parties as required (e.g. Joint Venture partnerships, virtual data rooms, service company projects or academic collaborations).