Identify the costs and risks that are associated with having people come on-site to a fracking well to acquire data using wire-line and fiber-optic assembly/operation. This includes identifying (for each) how much personnel are required, the cost of personnel (insurance, salary, etc.), and the probability of being minorly injured, majorly injured, or death. This information will be used to understand the value that removing personnel associated with service providers from this situation would bring to oil and gas operator companies. This information will be presented either in terms of the percentage of risk for personnel injury by operator companies, or in terms of the average cost per person (of each technology) used to acquire data, and then a summation of this cost based on the typical number of persons over a typical number of days on-site.