ISTI seismologist, Josh Stachnik, presented Crust and Upper Mantle Structure of Central Mongolia at the Geomagnetism session of The International Conference on Astronomy & Geophysics in Mongolia, held July 23-26, 2017. According to the conference site, the aim was to continue the 60 years of advancement of Astronomical and Geophysical science in the country that has taken place since the Gobi-Altay earthquake in 1957.
Josh met with international scientists and academics from “ from 13 countries, including Mongolia, Russia, USA, France, South Korea, Switzerland, Germany, England, Chile, Turkey, Taiwan, China,” according to SONIN.NM, and other participants at the Mongolian Universities and Geophysical Survey 2017 which was held in conjunction with the Astronomy and Geophysics conference.
Stop by and chat with ISTI CEO and founder, Paul Friberg at the Schatzalp Workshop this March.
ISTI is pleased to be presenting in Davos 14-17 March 2017 at the Schatzalp Workshop on Induced Seismicity. ISTI CEO and founder, Paul Friberg will be presenting 2016 Hydraulic Fracture Induced Earthquakes in Ohio. The abstract may be found on page 53 of the abstract book here.
The workshop program may be found here.
Paul invites any attending the Schatzalp Workshop to stop by and chat with him.
The California Department of Water Resources (DWR) had ISTI upgrade their windows-based Earthworm system to AQMS this past week. The new system consists of 2 virtual machine Linux-based Earthworm seismic acquisition and processing systems with Winston Wave Servers and 2 AQMS post-processing computers (also virtualized and running Linux). The use of ISTI’s EZW tool allows DWR to easily configure and maintain the virtualized Earthworm systems. In addition, the entire Water Resources (WR) network is now monitored by SeisNetWatch and has been made more redundant with hot swap-able acquisition computers.
ISTI is proud to announce that we are on the Team that was awarded the Phase II contract of the Tsunami Information Technology Modernization (TIM) Development Project from NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration). Our team consists of ERT Corporation (prime contractor) and 2 sub-contractors ISTI and Raytheon Corporation.
As the winners of the Phase II implementation of this project, our team is responsible for implementing and deploying the next generation software for the US Tsunami Warning System, which will be deployed at each of the two Tsunami Warning Centers in Honolulu, Hawaii and Palmer, Alaska.