Aug 17, 2018
Jul 18, 2018
INOVA is pleased to announce sales exceeding 100 units world-wide of VibPro HD, our best-in-class vibroseis source controller. Offered in partnership with Seismic Source Co., Vib Pro HD is an entirely new hardware platform that includes user-friendly front panel controls, a large display and multiple communications options that enable efficient setup, source QC and testing. Vib Pro HD includes INOVA’s patented Harmonic Distortion Reduction (HDR) Control and Low Frequency Limit (LFL) Control technologies, enabling improved low frequency and broadband performance.
Jul 17, 2018
Land seismic recording technology is seeing big developments, with better imaging being achieved from Vibroseis sweeping over a wider range of frequencies (broadband) and higher trace density, supported by new, lighter, nodal receiver technology.
Jun 13, 2018
INOVA is pleased to announce the launch of a Quantum QC application for Android OS. The QC application is simple and intuitive software that allows crew to perform in-field QC of each node.
Jun 12, 2018
Jun 11, 2018
May 14, 2018
INOVA Geophysical is pleased to announce another important milestone with the delivery of a 5,000 node Quantum system, fully integrated with INOVA’s high performance iX1 data management system, to Mitcham Industries, ready for immediate deployment in the Middle East.
May 03, 2018
INOVA is pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at the 80th EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2018 in Copenhagen between 11th- 14th June. We will be exhibiting our complete portfolio of Land and Transition Zone seismic technologies!
Apr 26, 2018
Our very own Principle Scientist Dr. Zhouhong Wei, PhD will be presenting at the CPS/SEG 2018 with topics titled 'Vibrator responses on different types of ground' and Analysis of vibrator performance on sandy surface ground'.
Mar 15, 2018
The first edition of Geo ExPro for 2018 features a Q&A with INOVA's Andy Bull and Jason Criss on a topic titled,'Land-Based Seismic: Looking Ahead'. Follow the link bellow to read their insight to the challenges ahead for land-based seismic.
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