SUGAR LAND, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Wireless Seismic, Inc., the leading innovator of real-time and cable-less seismic data acquisition systems for the oil and gas industry, announced today the purchase of its RT System 2 seismic data acquisition system by Dawson Geophysical Company, a leading provider of onshore seismic data acquisition services in North America.
"We have been development testing this new radio-based 2D and 3D system over the past 18 months under a variety of field conditions,” stated Stephen Jumper, CEO of Dawson Geophysical. "During that time, we have seen continuous improvement in the effectiveness and usability of the product. We have recently deployed this system on several proprietary 3D projects for independent operators in the mid-continent region, and we have been pleased with its performance to date.”
"Wireless Seismic is very proud to announce this system purchase by Dawson, and we thank the Dawson team for their ongoing support in the development and testing of the system,” commented Roy Kligfield, CEO of Wireless Seismic. “We have developed RT System 2 into a commercially compelling product with Dawson’s assistance, and this purchase is further evidence that the system is gaining momentum in the market place,” added Kligfield.
About Dawson Geophysical
Dawson Geophysical Company, headquartered in Midland, Texas, acquires and processes 2D, 3D, and multi-component land seismic data for clients ranging from major oil and gas companies to independent oil and gas operators, as well as providers of multi-client data libraries. Dawson is a leading provider of seismic data acquisition and processing in the United States and Canada.
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, providing the industry’s only fully scalable wireless seismic recording system with real-time seismic data acquisition.
For more information, visit www.wirelessseismic.com.