Exprodat releases Esri software link

By on 7 December, 2010


GIS software designer Exprodat has released a new patch to make SMT’s Kingdom software compatible with Esri’s ArcGIS software.

Kingdom is mostly used by petroleum exploration and production companies to store, visualise and interpret geophysical data.

Much of this information becomes even more valuable when viewed within Esri’s ArcGIS software, says Exprodat in a statement accompanying the release.

“Exprodat’s Team-GIS KBridge does exactly what its name suggests by enabling data to pass between the two software products, in both directions,” says the statement.

The firm has also developed new ways companies can access this link software. It can now be purchased as a standalone licence, a network licence or as a subscription service.

Exprodat sales and marketing director Jules Cullen said the firm wanted to make sure that even the smallest of oil and gas companies could benefit from the ArcGIS integration provided by Team-GIS KBridge.

“Our new pricing has an annual subscription option that significantly lowers the cost of ownership of the tool,” he said.

“For organisations with both SMT’s Kingdom and Esri’s ArcGIS technologies there’s not a more cost- effective way to move data between the two.” 

Team-GIS KBridge allows users to transfer their Kingdom well, culture, planimeter polygon, seismic and interpretation data to ArcMap, and vice versa.

Further information can be found on Exprodat's web site.


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