The Driving Force for CRS Registries

Originally published on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/driving-force-crs-registries-rob-sterpin

The main driver for Coordinate Reference Systems is to ensure that the same geodetic parameters are used across all business processes and software packages . . . → Read More: The Driving Force for CRS Registries

Why I need a CRS Registry – Part 2

Originally published on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/why-i-need-crs-registry-part-2-rob-sterpin

Modern oil and gas exploration and production makes use of a great number of software packages which store, manage, and manipulate geographic information. Geographic information is routinely passed from one . . . → Read More: Why I need a CRS Registry – Part 2

Why I need a CRS Registry – Part 1

Originally published on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/why-you-need-crs-registry-rob-sterpin

A CRS registry can keep track of all of the CRS components and associated transformations, greatly decreasing errors in positioning, and potentially saving millions of dollars.

With the ubiquity of cellular phones . . . → Read More: Why I need a CRS Registry – Part 1

What are Coordinate Reference Systems and Why do they Matter?

Originally published on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/what-coordinate-reference-systems-why-do-matter-rob-sterpin

We all know that geospatial data is about location. Much of the oil and gas business is concerned with the location of assets on the surface, near the surface, or far underground—where to . . . → Read More: What are Coordinate Reference Systems and Why do they Matter?