Wireless Seismic Announces Purchase of RT System 2 by GALLEGO TECHNIC Geophysics
Sugar Land, TX (May 10, 2016) — Wireless Seismic, Inc., the leading innovator of real-time and cable-free seismic data acquisition systems for the oil and gas industry, announced today the sale and delivery of its RT System 2 seismic data acquisition system to the French seismic data acquisition company GALLEGO TECHNIC Geophysics. GALLEGO plans to use RT System 2 for 2D and 3D seismic surveys for geothermal prospecting, oil and mineral resources exploration, and civil construction (tunnels, metro stations, etc.) in France, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, and Western Europe.
“The challenges we face working in Europe dictated our decision to purchase the RT System 2,” stated Pierre Gallego, Director of GALLEGO. “We work mainly in urban areas and wanted a wireless system with a highly developed infrastructure to allow us to quickly deploy and pick up the equipment with minimal manpower. This system is the best way to avoid urban traffic congestion without cable lines crossing highways, tram railways, and other obstructions. We focus on minimizing environmental impact, as we also operate in agricultural fields and nature conservation zones.”
“We expect to achieve a new level of data quality and efficiency with RT System 2,” continued Gallego, “and its real-time acquisition and other technical advantages will enable us to provide high-quality, efficient, and cost-effective surveys to our clients.”
“We are delighted that GALLEGO has chosen to deploy RT System 2 for their projects in Europe,” said Mick Lambert, Wireless Seismic President and CEO. “A major contributing factor in GALLEGO’s purchasing decision was the positive recommendations received from existing RT System 2 customers around the world that already benefit from the cost reductions and improved operational efficiencies that can be achieved by using our system for their seismic acquisition projects.”
Wireless Seismic will be exhibiting RT System 2 at the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE) annual conference in Vienna, Austria, May 30 to June 2, 2016.
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