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Upcoming event

IMAGE 2024

26th - 29th August 2024

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Meet STRYDE at IMAGE 2024

The STRYDE team is excited to showcase our cutting-edge technology at this year's IMAGE 2024 event set to be held in Houston, Texas from August 26th to 29th.

Come visit us at booth 525 in the George R. Brown Convention Center to engage with members of our team and witness our groundbreaking seismic technology and rapid data processing services firsthand.

Date

25th to 30th

Location

Houston, Texas

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Booth 525

Technical presentation

Eamonn Murray

Our Senior Processing Geophysicist, Eamonn Murray will be delivering a presentation on The impact of seismic nodes on enhancing subsurface imaging for mining - a case study over the Tamarack Nickel field
  • Date: 27th August 2024
  • Time: 10.45am - 11.10am
  • Session Title: Seismic, Electromagnetic and Magnetotelluric Methods
Eamonn
Poster presentation

Nicolas Goujon

Our Chief Scientist, Nicolas Goujon will be delivering a presentation titled: From geophone arrays to point receivers: implications for sensor and land survey design
  • Date: 28th August 2024
  • Time: 3.40pm - 5.20pm
  • Session Title: New Methods on Land
Nicolas

Meet the team attending

Natalie Lusher

Natalie Lusher

Head of Marketing
Sam Moharir

Sam Moharir

Head of Business Development - MENA
Victor Villamizar

Victor Villamizar

Head of Business Development - LATAM
Pete Shelton

Pete Shelton

Head of Business Development - North America & Australia
Cameron Grant

Cameron Grant

Chief Commercial Officer
Mike Popham

Mike Popham

Chief Executive Officer
Nicolas Goujon

Nicolas Goujon

Chief Scientist
Richard Eperjesi

Richard Eperjesi

US Operations Manager
Amine Ourabah

Amine Ourabah

Chief Geophysicist
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About STRYDE

As pioneers of the smallest, lightest, and most cost-effective seismic node globally, we have revolutionised the cost of entry for onshore seismic acquisition. Our technology empowers companies to efficiently and affordably explore and monitor the subsurface like never before.

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