Geoforce technology used by BP during MC252 incident response

After the MC252 Incident in the Gulf, BP called on several third-party vendors and on new technology to help with the response. Working with BP, the Mobile Incident Command Center and other vendors, Geoforce delivered its GPS-based non-powered equipment solution to track over 1,000 skimmers used in clean-up efforts. The skimmer tracking solution was presented at a meeting with Admiral Thad Allen. All attendees, including Wal-Mart executives who had been brought in to advise on tracking issues, were impressed by the design and capability of the solution.  Read the full story.

About Geoforce, Inc. Geoforce, Inc. provides asset management solutions utilizing a blend of GPS, RFID, and other wireless technologies accessible via customizable web-based software and enterprise grade web services. With years of experience in the Oil & Gas industry and the largest satellite asset tracking deployment in the oilfield, Geoforce is proven to increase efficiency, transparency, and profits.

About Geoforce

Combining a cloud-based software platform with ruggedized GPS tracking devices and global satellite and cellular networks, Geoforce’s Track and Trace solutions bring control to often chaotic field operations. With over 1,300 customers tracking more than 160,000 assets in over 90 countries, the company operates the world’s largest network of connected field equipment within the oil & gas industry, and its solutions are used in many other field operations intensive industries, including agriculture, construction, mining, transportation, logistics, rail, and government and defense. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Geoforce has R&D offices in Bozeman, Montana, sales and support offices in Houston, Texas, Denver, Colorado, Arroyo Grande, California, Macae, Brazil, Melbourne, Australia, and Calgary, Canada, and sales and service professionals in West Texas and South Louisiana. For more information, visit www.geoforce.com.