HOUSTON – Paradigm has unveiled Epic open and integrated platform in the Paradigm 2014 release at the SEG Annual Meeting & Exposition. In addition to Epic, the release has new workflows for full-azimuth imaging, tomography, formation evaluation, facies analysis, and modeling.
Epic will be released in stages, said Paradigm, with the infrastructure that unifies the suite into a single, integrated console scheduled for release this year. Connections with Petrel, JavaSeis, and ArcGIS will be available later this year and early in 2014 to go with existing connections to OpenWorks, GeoFrame, and OpenSpirit.
Epic adds a common user interface to reduce the learning curve and make information shareable in real time. It also allows creation of custom workflow templates.
“This is the first time that users will be able to select specific applications from Paradigm to connect into their existing primary platform,” said Duane Dopkin, executive vice president of technology at Paradigm.