Getech, providers of natural resources exploration data and information expertise, is bringing back the hugely popular ‘Exprodat BATAK Challenge’ of two years ago, for the forthcoming PETEX 2016 exhibition.
Just like Formula One racing drivers Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton, visitors to the Getech stand will be able to test and improve their reaction times on the BATAK machine. Consisting of a framework of illuminated touch panels that go out when hit, the challenge is to turn off the most lights in thirty seconds.
The PETEX exhibition visitor at the top of the leader board will be awarded with an Apple iPad Mini and the title of Getech BATAK Challenge Champion for the next two years!
Getech Director of Sales and Marketing, Jules Cullen explains how the game mirrors her company’s approach to serving their clients; “We have always been quick to respond to our customer’s needs. Oil and gas companies, government departments and energy organisations all over the world rely on us to understand their specific requirements and then have the knowledge and experience to provide the right solutions.”
“I am hugely looking forward to supporting the PESGB again by exhibiting at the PETEX Exhibition. Visitors have always had great fun on the BATAK machine and many old friends and customers will be delighted to have the chance to meet up with us, as they always have done at this must-attend industry conference.”
To take part in the challenge and learn more about how Getech Group Companies can support your projects, wander along to stand G16. You’re more than welcome to encourage other people if BATAK is not your thing and if you would like to see how it’s down, footage of the 2010 winner is available online.