We offer a cost effective software solution for when it comes to creating or growing your seismic data processing capabilities. Comprehensive tutorials and user-focused support information ensure that your team can rapidly start applying their geophysical knowledge. The low installation footprint allows flexible hardware specifications to suit your needs.
Our flexible licensing is designed to provide your business with the processing capacity you need, when you need it. Lease licenses on a project-by-project basis, add extra users, or upgrade your licence type whenever you require.
Our stand-alone iMage platform includes high-performance, parallel, seismic processing algorithms that are deployed as part of our full seismic processing package. iMage is designed to operate alongside your existing seismic processing solutions and provide capabilities that are missing, or obtain a higher quality, more robust and more efficient alternative.
We have a selection of licensing models to provide you with the option to best suit your needs.
During the six month development cycle over 120 updates and improvements have been completed. Highlights in V6.6 include : New NOISE_QC module, additional QC's and crossplotting capability added to CONDOR, multiple panels can be displayed in AREAL which can now be opened from SeisCat and reads and writes directly to the HDF5 trace headers, improvements to SV first break picking, new generation GUI implemented for project selection widget.
The OCTAVE broadband deghosting tool has been added to the standalone iMage platform. OCTAVE is designed to extend the usable bandwidth of a marine seismic dataset and is effective for constant and varying tow depths.
With the assistance of the team we have managed to integrate GLOBE Claritas™ seamlessly into our proprietary in-house solution. This has given us a scalable and fully supported pre-processing framework, so we can focus our efforts on developing our own specialised technology.
Thank you to the GLOBE Claritas team for providing their software for the 1-day "Introduction to Seismic Processing" course at the Adelaide School of Petroleum. We had 67 students processing on 33 i3 laptops. Even though none of them had any processing experience, and we were using low end hardware, everyone managed to produce a final migrated stack by the end of the day; having started with only shot records. That is a real credit to the ease of use of the software.