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Web Asset Management Tools

Surf the web for your asset data.

Epos Web Asset Management (WAM) uses familiar Web browser-based search techniques to quickly browse all of your project data worldwide. This unique data management tool, which includes a lightweight, Geographic Information System (GIS) built on open standards, is specifically designed for E&P professionals, enabling users to catalog, search, and collect oil and gas data on your corporate network.

Users can view and query seismic, well, interpretation, and project/survey data in their geospatial context, and obtain details about specific data with the click of a button.

Epos WAM benefits include:

  • Familiar Web search techniques, making it easy to learn and use.
  • Easy sharing between multi-disciplinary collaborative teams through quick access to Epos data via corporate global networks, saving both time and money.
  • Cross-platform, vendor-independent interoperability, for maximum data management flexibility.
  • Browsing features and custom queries that enable users and administrators to quickly QC available data.
  • Access to third-party data repositories, with no need to re-format or replicate data


With WAM, you can see all of your active projects worldwide from your desktop browser. Index, search and display your data, and perform such enterprise-level data management activities as map-based interrogation, quality control, and data collection. The catalog of information can be viewed in other GIS systems through industry-standard Web services.

WAM advanced features include:

  • Connection to ArcGIS® and Google Earth®
  • The Epos enterprise security model provides secure limited access to Epos corporate data.
  • Visualize remote data through Open Geospatial Consortium standard services (WMS, WFS) or local data using the ESRI shape file format.
  • Visualize WAM indexed data in your preferred GIS software through the WFS service, without the need to copy data.
  • Browse from a list of registered databases using a Web browser (with Java plug-in) running on your desktop combined with an application data server (running near the databases).
  • Browsing operations: Database filtering and selection, data search and collection, and data drill downs by links
  • Selection of data using pre-defined or user-defined queries
  • Browsing features and functions, such as display information and export to Microsoft® Excel, for well, seismic, interpretation, and project survey data