A view is emerging that innovation is no longer the driver of growth it once was. Pundits point to declining growth in global productivity as further proof that “The Big Idea” is a thing of the past.

Bridgeporth’s view, based on analysis of existing geoscience technologies, as well as practical, hands-on experience, is that innovation is far from dead. It is, instead, thriving among those outperforming companies that apply product, operational and business model innovation to truly differentiate themselves from their competition.

At Bridgeporth, we are fiercely dedicated to developing and coaching one another and our clients. Ours is a firm of scientific and business leaders. Part of that ethos means remaining thought leaders in our field through on-going geological and geophysical research. Whether it is through sponsoring lectures from leading figures in the geoscience community or teaching at both undergraduate and post graduate levels, Bridgeporth remains on the cutting edge of the geoscience industry.

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Case studies

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NameBusiness areaDateFile type
Case Study: East AfricaData Acquisition20 Sep 2013

White papers

Bridgeporth prides itself on the calibre of geoscientists who choose to work at our
company. We are proud to feature our team’s academic and industry work, which
covers a wide range of topics. From the latest theories to research being conducted
in the industry to important thesis writing on geophysical issues, you can find it
here. Because of the proprietary nature of the work our scientists do in research
and development, we choose to not openly distribute their work. To request a
paper, follow the link below and complete the form and we’ll address your
request as soon as possible.

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Data sheets

Bridgeporth’s library of data sheets and information on existing legacy data is designed to provide
summaries of the potential capabilities of observing subsurface geologic structures using gravity
and magnetics in the a variety of regions around the world. Likewise, we have an extensive
database of existing regional gravity and magnetics surveys that can inform your data
acquisition planning. If there is a specific region that you would like to learn more
about, please request a data sheet or information on legacy data using the link below.

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