SparkCognition Joins the Open Group Open Subsurface Data Universe Forum
Leading AI Company Joins Forum to Develop a Standard Data Platform for the Oil and Gas Industry
SparkCognition, a leading artificial intelligence (AI) company, has joined The Open Group Open Subsurface Data Universe Forum (OSDU), which aims to revolutionize the oil and gas industry by putting data at the center of the subsurface community. SparkCognition brings its expertise in building AI software for the energy industry to OSDU to help develop the forum’s standard data platform, ultimately enabling the industry to reduce data silos and enable transformational workflows.
“At SparkCognition, our mission is to solve the world’s toughest problems, and the oil and gas industry is one that touches almost every operation of the modern world,” said Philippe Herve, VP of Energy at SparkCognition. “An initiative like OSDU is one of those rare, but revolutionary, opportunities to lift the entire industry to a new level–and we’re excited to be a part of it.”
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The Open Group OSDU Forum was created in 2018 with the objective of creating a standard data platform, through which members like Shell, BP, Chevron, and more work collaboratively to break data silos and enable secure, reliable, global, and performant access to all subsurface and wells data. By creating this standard platform, The Open Group OSDU Forum allows the oil and gas industry to focus on innovating new digital solutions for better decision making.
As an AI company that builds software for industrial applications, SparkCognition has deep domain expertise in the energy industry and has successfully worked with oil and gas companies to deploy artificial intelligence technology that improves its operations. Using AI-powered predictive analytics and automated machine learning (ML) technology, SparkCognition has helped operators predict failures, identify operational inefficiencies, and improve productivity. By joining The Open Group OSDU Forum, SparkCognition will contribute its AI and ML expertise to help drive the oil and gas industry forward.
Johan Krebbers, GM Digital Emerging Technologies / VP IT Innovation, Shell commented, “SparkCognition has extensive expertise in the deployment of artificial intelligence solutions within the Oil and Gas industry. The fact that it has chosen to join the OSDU Forum in its mission to create a data platform that is scalable, agile and flexible and that retains the quality, provenance and lineage of information is significant. Importantly, through the active collaboration of the industry, we can open up and expand the access and use of data to enable successful digital transformation projects, streamline processes, and encourage greater innovation. We’re glad to have SparkCognition on board!”
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