Ikon Science has announced the release of Curate 2023.3. Curate is a cloud-native subsurface knowledge management solution that unlocks siloed data enabling users to make well-informed decisions with increased confidence and expedite workflows.
Curate 2023.3 introduces enhanced features that streamline subsurface data workflows, expanding the knowledge management solution’s flexibility and intuitiveness for subsurface data consumers. Curate’s new capabilities provide the ability to handle large well datasets of over 1 million wells and quick overviews of well data availability as well as key project details.
Curate 2023.3 includes major enhancements to its real-time pore pressure monitoring application, well surveillance, that allow the ability to visualise and model data in true vertical depth, revise pre-drill markers while drilling and export interpretation data directly from the web browser. Additionally, Curate's data interrogation application, Data Explorer, now supports array data or data measurements with duplicate depths. These new features offer subsurface data consumers the ability to make decisions with even greater accuracy, safety, and speed to achieve improved operational efficiency.
Monica Beech, Product Manager of Data Management and Visualisation applications at Ikon Science, said: “With Curate 2023.3, Ikon Science is demonstrating its commitment to providing a modern and intuitive technology that connects users to their subsurface data. We are working with our user community and the market at large to address a fundamental yet unfulfilled need shared by many for quick and efficient access, confidence, and usability of important subsurface data and knowledge.”
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