Energistics webinar: PRODML and DAS – Technical Overview
April 24 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
This webinar, the second of two on the topic of DAS, covers the technology and formats that are the foundation of the Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) data transfer standard within PRODML. The relation to the ETP streaming protocol will also be discussed.
It takes place April 24th, 2019 at 9:00 AM Central Time (UTC -5), and the projected duration is one hour including time for Q&A.
To register for the webinar, please click on this link
If you missed it, the recording of the first webinar is here.
If you cannot follow this live session we will be posting a recorded session a few days after the webinar takes place. You will find in the LIBRARY section of our website under the tab “WEBINARS and VIDEO”.
Meet the speakers
KIT YAN CHOI
Kit is a Scientific Software Developer at Enthought. Over the past two years she has been involved in the development and implementation of PRODML DAS standard.
She has a background in Physics and Earth Sciences, and has worked at the boundary between scientific research and software engineering.
Kit holds a PhD in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences from Princeton University.
Laurence is the project manager and subject matter expert for PRODML. In this role, he works with Energistics SIG members to develop new data transfer capabilities from business use case definitions through to tested standards.
Laurence has been involved with PRODML since its inception, initially as a member company champion. He has almost 40 years of oilfield experience, working with major service companies including Schlumberger and Weatherford, and with technology specialists. He was CEO of EPS Ltd which developed reservoir and production engineering software including some of the first digital oilfield solutions. He now works as a consultant and as chairman of several oilfield technology companies. Laurence is a member of SPE and has authored several SPE papers. He is a graduate of Oxford University and of Heriot-Watt University, where he sits on the faculty advisory board.
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