Google Earth & Maps have changed the very nature of maps. Michael Jones observes, “So a map has gone from a static, stylized portrait of the Earth to a dynamic, interactive conversation about your use of the Earth. I think that’s officially the Big Change, and it’s already happened, rather than being ahead.”
Jones co-founded Keyhole which is the root of Google Earth, but sadly the dramatic change his group has made for consumers has not been available to industry. In Oil & Gas, maps are most often printed out or at best emailed as a PDF.
PetroDE changes all of that, applying the dynamic change of mapping brought by Google Earth to the Petroleum Industry. Now rather than carrying around a static map, you can log in anywhere, anytime to see a dynamic, evergreen view of industry activity and your company’s projects. Your team can all make notes in the system for use by everyone else on the team.
“Effectively, people are about 20 IQ points smarter now because of Google Search and Maps.”, says Jones. Add 20 IQ points to your organization today with PetroDE!
P.S. (The quotes in this note come from an article in The Atlantic.)