Exprodat staff and the oil and gas GIS solutions they provide are able to quickly adapt to meet the changing business requirements of their clients. At the PETEX 2010 conference Exprodat are going to turn the tables and test the reflexes of conference attendees.
Visitors to the Exprodat stand (A10) will have the chance to test their reaction speeds on a BATAK Pro machine. The BATAK Pro, used by Vodaphone McLaren driver Jenson Button to improve his reactions, is an array of 12 LED cluster targets set out in a configuration designed to test hand-eye coordination. Visitors to the Exprodat stand will have 60 seconds to post as high a score as possible and ensure bragging rights over their colleagues.
Every competitor will be rewarded with a refreshing drink and the visitor with the highest score at the end of the three day show will win the latest must-have gadget, an Apple iPad.
The PETEX 2010 conference (held in Earls Court 2, London, between 23rd and 25th November) provides the opportunity for oil and gas exploration and production staff to network, attend technical presentations and browse commercial offerings available from supplier companies.
As in previous years, many attendees will be interested to visit the Exprodat stand and find out how this rapidly expanding software, consulting and training company can support their petroleum GIS efforts in the coming year.