ISTI @ NY Celebration of Women in Computing, April 12-13, 2019

Sid Hellman of ISTI welcomes attendees to visit him at the 6th ACM-W New York Celebration of Women in Computing, April 12-13, 2019, at the Fort William Henry Hotel and Conference Center in Lake George, NY.

With over 20 years’ experience in scientific software, Sid will be available to share his expertise.

The event program may be found here: http://nycwic.hosting.acm.org/nycwic-2019/program-2019/

Register Now: Earthworm 5-day Course 2019

2019 Earthworm Course in New Paltz, NY, June 3 – 7

This 3 – 7 June, ISTI will host another of our popular Earthworm training courses in New Paltz, New York. This will be our traditional 5-day course. Our full ad may be found here.

We ask that interested students — and any colleagues who wish to join —

please register by 1 March via our contact form.

ISTI CEO and Founder, Paul Friberg teaching EW students. Photographer, ISTI Staff

We’ll cover:

  • Installation
  • Configuration
  • Troubleshooting
  • Archiving and Playback of data
  • Data exchange
  • Visualization tools
  • Overview of various non-Earthworm post-processing options
  • Tuning for Earthquake Location and Magnitudes
  • Programming new modules, learning APIs

In addition, we will provide a tuning session for anyone that wants to bring their network’s Earthworm configuration to the course. We will show you how to playback your data and tune the earthquake location engine.

This course will be useful to anyone setting up, managing, tuning, or developing for an Earthworm system.  See full class details here (inc. location, transportation, etc.).

Again, if you plan to join the Spring ISTI EW 5-day class,

please register by 1 March via our contact form.

Thank you in advance for your confirmation of attendance.

ISTI @ AGU 10-14 Dec 2018

ISTI & Geobit  join together at the AGU Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. 10 – 14 Dec. 2018.  We are a team providing a complete seismic monitoring solution. Contact us through EarthImaging.com.

With 65+ years of combined experience, GEObit and ISTI are joining forces to become the most competitive and fastest growing joint venture group in the seismic monitoring services industry.

Providing state-of-the-art seismic instruments, network design, installation techniques, data monitoring and processing services, our group is able to deliver a cost-effective total solution to the energy exploration & production industry, especially to the oil, gas and geothermal sector. Our key benefits are that we produce in-house hardware and software while installing and maintaining the microseismic monitoring network to ensure a high level of data quality and availability. In other words, we make the technology – we apply the technology – we offer the technology.

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Geobit Digitizer. Photo, courtesy of Geobit.

We have worldwide experience having installed and operated seismic networks all over the world, from Indonesia/Papua jungle to the Middle East desert, from Alaska glaciers to Himalayan Mountains. In the USA, we are currently running many dedicated microseismic monitoring projects with over 200 stations installed in the past 10 years.

Visit us at booth #815, AGU 2018

Washington, D.C. USA  |  10 – 14 December

Meet our team and learn about the latest offerings. Dimitris Mourtzouchos & Nikos Germenis (Geobit), Paul Friberg & Sid Hellman (ISTI), and others will be available to answer your questions. Continue reading

ISTI to present @ WOSMIP Thurs., 6 Dec. @ 11:10am.

Stop by and chat with Sid Hellman and Matthias Auer of ISTI this week at WOSMIP.  

ISTI is pleased announce that Matthias Auer of ISTI will be presenting The STAX Project – Data Processing infrastructure on Thursday, 6 December, at 11:10am in Sydney, Australia.

Instrumental Software Technologies, Inc. is a proud sponsor of the 2018 Workshop on Signatures of Man-Made Isotope Production (WOSMIP).

ISTI @ IAEA Safeguards Symposium in Vienna, Austria, 5-8 Nov. 2018

ISTI will be attending the Quadrennial IAEA Safeguards Symposium in Vienna, Austria, 5-8 November 2018.

Visit us at our booth.  Details to come.   

Meet our team and learn about the latest offerings. ISTI team members, Ilya Dricker, Matthias Auer, Scott Fertig, Serhiy Vasilyev, and Sid Hellman, will be available to answer your questions.

ISTI Presentations

View the ISTI poster schedule and abstract info below. Continue reading

ISTI at the Seismic Instrumentation Technology Symposium 2018

Sid Hellman of ISTI (the US distributor of GEObit instrumentation) is attending the IRIS Seismic Instrumentation Technology Symposium 2018 in Tucson, Arizona, October 30 to 31.

ISTI specializes in developing custom data acquisition, analysis, and processing software for the geophysical sciences. Microseismic data acquisition and processing are performed by custom solutions using existing open source software as a foundation, saving our customers both time and money. ISTI provides several products and services covering all geophysical applications and monitoring needs of the industry.

GEObit provides high sensitivity wide-band and near broad-band seismic sensors, surface or borehole type, and high dynamic range, low power 32bit ADC data loggers with local data storage and real-time telemetry over seedlink protocol. We are focusing on low power and cost-efficient solutions so we provide to our customer seismic networks with low installation and maintenance costs. Our instruments are ideal for local and regional seismicity and micro-seismicity monitoring and for seismic events such as those induced by unconventional hydrocarbon extraction. Our high fidelity data loggers ensure that these signals are recorded with the highest resolution and timing accuracy.

Please look for Sid to discuss GEObit, or anything else seismic related. 

Visit the Seismic Instrumentation Technology Symposium 2018 website for more information on this event.

Geobit at RAUGM in Mexico 28 Oct – 2 Nov 2018

Friend of ISTI, Geobit is exhibiting this year at RAUGM 2018 in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico, from October 28 to November 2 in cooperation with it’s local distributor Geoelec.

GEObit provides high sensitivity wide-band and near broad-band seismic sensors, surface or borehole type, and high dynamic range, low power 32bit ADC data loggers with local data storage and real-time telemetry over seedlink protocol. We are focusing on low power and cost-efficient solutions so we provide to our customer seismic networks with low installation and maintenance costs. Our instruments are ideal for local and regional seismicity and micro-seismicity monitoring and for seismic events such as those induced by unconventional hydrocarbon extraction. Our high fidelity data loggers ensure that these signals are recorded with the highest resolution and timing accuracy.

Visit them at booth #E4

Meet their team and learn about their new upcoming instruments and technologies. They will also be available to answer your questions.

More information about RAUGM 2018 may be found here. Please visit also the Geoelec‘s website, Mexico distributor of Geobit Instruments.