Jaxon Caines, technology reporter, Hart Energy: Processing of seismic data takes time and lots of computing power. One company is speeding that process up through its new infield data processing service.

Amine Ourabah, chief geophysicist, STRYDE: Essentially, STRYDE Lens converts the STRYDE acquisition system into a processing environment, allowing our team of experts to remotely access the system anywhere in the world to process the data where it has been acquired. The STRYDE system servers are actually extremely powerful computers that are used to harvest the data from the seismic nodes. So actually, the hardware is already there and it's exactly the same hardware we are going to be using for STRYDE Lens.

JC: What's next for STRYDE Lens?

AO: Adaptive survey design, where the survey design can change as the processing is done in the field. You will be able to introduce some sort of advanced QAQC and also more and more automation to streamline the processing even further. It would allow our customers to access a subsurface image faster than ever to also have them overcome export restrictions for seismic data in some countries. It'll also allow them to make sure that they have the best of class seismic land experts in processing—working on that data anywhere in the world.