The Game Has Changed

Oil and gas companies around the world are sitting on an untapped gold mine. Millions of pages of old, analog records such as well logs are available for analysis: generated internally, purchased, and in the public domain. These records could be hand-written, typed, old, damaged, incompatible, or impractical for a variety of reasons. Nspect makes them valuable again by digitizing them quickly and efficiently.

NthDS has created our revolutionary Nspect software to automate the data entry process, dramatically reduces labor, costs, and errors associated with the manual data entry of oil and gas records such as well logs. This incredible A.I. breakthrough makes project managers look like miracle workers. Here’s how it works: 

Upload Your Records into the Cloud

The process begins with you dropping your records into our private, secure Cloud via FTP client or your Internet browser. These scanned documents may be formatted in a variety of file types (pdf, jpg, tiff, etc.)

Digitize the Files Automatically

Using state of the art OCR (Optical Character Recognition), the text is extracted from the document. Machine learning and proprietary algorithms transform the extracted text to form relationships between the data.

Generate Database Files

A file is then generated containing your newly digitized data. This file can be accessed or retrieved at your convenience in any desired format, including xml, csv, json, and more. The file contains all the unique columns, labels, headers, and corresponding values present on every form processed.  

Catalogue, Search, and Analyze Your Data

The new database file will integrate into your business’ digital records database, just as if you had entered the information in yourself (only 48,000 times faster). This is the only step that may involve some work on your end, which can be completed in minutes.

Want a Free Demonstration?

You’ll be surprised how much time and money Nspect can save you. Contact NthDS’ team of digitization experts today to discover how we can transform old and obsolete records into valuable, usable oil and gas data. 





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