SUGAR LAND, Texas--(Wireless Seismic, Inc., a leading provider of real-time cable-less seismic acquisition systems, announced today the sale and delivery of its first RT System 2 seismic data acquisition system to Bay Geophysical, Inc. Bay, headquartered in Traverse City, Michigan, will begin using the RT System 2 for 2D and 3D acquisition projects in Michigan and Indiana starting in early October.)--
“Another key factor in Bay’s decision to move forward with the RT System 2 is that it can perform real-time acquisition parameter selection and noise monitoring, which are critical capabilities in meeting our QA/QC needs.”
“Bay Geophysical selected the RT System 2 based on its reduced seismic footprint and for its real-time seismic data return capabilities,” stated Lee Kurtzweil, President, Bay Geophysical. “Another key factor in Bay’s decision to move forward with the RT System 2 is that it can perform real-time acquisition parameter selection and noise monitoring, which are critical capabilities in meeting our QA/QC needs.”
“We are delighted that the Bay Geophysical management team has selected RT System 2 to upgrade their seismic acquisition capabilities,” added Mick Lambert, President and COO, Wireless Seismic. “Bay sees the deployment of RT System 2 as a way to reduce costs and increase operational efficiency. We look forward to working with Bay’s personnel to ensure that these benefits are realized.”
About Bay Geophysical
Bay Geophysical, Inc. is a full service geophysical data acquisition and consulting company based out of Traverse City, Michigan, with a core of experienced geophysicists, geologists, and engineers specializing in subsurface investigations.
About Wireless Seismic
Wireless Seismic, Inc., headquartered in Sugar Land, Texas, designs and develops a revolutionary seismic data acquisition system that capitalizes on emerging technologies in the seismic, wireless, and mesh-network industries. Today, Wireless Seismic provides the industry’s only fully scalable wireless seismic recording system with real-time seismic data acquisition.
For more information, visit www.wirelessseismic.com.