GLOBE Claritas Latest Release
GLOBE Claritas Latest Release Version 5.6 - November 2011
Version 5.6 is a major new release for 2011, continuing our reputation for fast, flexible and user driven development of our processing software. Our major new features include:
- iMage_SRME2 which comprises two modules: a single CPU implementation (SRME2) and a cluster capable MPI version (SRME2_MPI).
- The new CHECKGEOM processor has been created to enable users to quickly and efficiently QC pre-stack seismic datasets supplied for further processing.
- The Claritas Velocity Analysis (CVA) application has undergone a major overhaul to simplify the parameter forms and improve the general user experience.
- SV: Seismic Viewer now allows you to pick mutes on multiple shot-records at a time, and in the main and zoom windows simultaneously.
More improvements include:
- The DICGATH processor and DISCGATHM processor now work with data that does not have the CDPTRACE header set.
- The RMSPOWER processor can accept a dynamic trace header for the ADDTIME parameter.
- XVIEW (Seismic viewer) - Header names are now displayed at the top of the main and zoom windows along with the trace header values.
- The XVIEW widget now also includes the functionality available in SV and CVA for picking and editing front and tail mutes.
Claritas What's New V5.6.pdf (3.45 MB)
GLOBE Claritas Latest Release Version 5.5 - September 2010
Claritas Version 5.5 contains major new content, including nine new processing modules, updates to our velocity analysis tool (including linked cursors and mouse-over help), and support for Windows 7 and Ubuntu 10.04.
Highlights from Version 5.5 are:
- Full release of the new iMage_K3T parallel pre-stack time migration module with added functionality.
- A new, powerful trace header maths module (HDRMATH).
- New Inverse-Q correction module, and many other new modules.
- New support for full 64-bit (extended dynamic range) processing.
- Linked cursors in cva velocity analysis application.
- Much simpler application of datum statics.
GLOBE Claritas Release Version 5.4 - January 2010
Claritas Version 5.4 is all about speed. Continuing on from the steps forward in Version 5.3, we have improved our interactive tools to speed up your workflow. Highlights from Version 5.4 are:
- Enhancements to CVA velocity analysis to accelerate your workflow.
- New graphics modes, to allow quick displays even over remote networks.
- Overlay any pseudotraces (such as velocity) with seismic data.
- New pre-set and customisable colour palettes.
- New 3D pre stack time migration modes, including Hybrid Time Migration.
GLOBE Claritas Release Version 5.3 - July 2009
Claritas Version 5.3 is the second of three scheduled GLOBE Claritas releases for 2009. The final release is timed for the annual SEG conference in October 2009. Highlights from Version 5.3 are:
Run-times for job flows have been speeded up by about 30% by use of gfortran.
- Semblance picking in cva is now faster and easier.
- 3D first-break analysis (refstat3d) has been sped up by a factor of about 120!
- You can now write your own process modules in C.
GLOBE Claritas Release Version 5.2 - March 2009
Claritas Version 5.2 is the first of three scheduled GLOBE Claritas releases for 2009. The second release is due mid July, with the final release being timed for the annual SEG conference in October 2009. Only the final release of the year will be distributed on media, the other two releases will be available via ftp download.
The most significant additions to GLOBE Claritas in Version 5.2 are:
- Improvements to the velocity analysis application in terms of improved velocity picking features, velocity display, and window management.
- A new RUNPYTHON module which lets the user incorporate Python code into a processing flow. This provides a more modern and powerful alternative to TRFUDGE, since Python includes high-level numerical and scientific plug-ins such as NumPy and SciPy.
- What's New in Version 5.2.pdf (1.26 MB)
GLOBE Claritas Release Version 5.1
We have added several new features to optimise Claritas for industrial processing workflows, building on our existing flexibility and ease of use. These features have been developed and tested in collaboration with the largescale industrial processing houses that use Claritas, which means that they fit around your workflows and are aimed at increasing the efficiency of your processing teams.
- Addition of dynamic trace header support for increased functionality.
- A new project/data management layer for improved efficiency.
- 18 new modules, including Surface related multiple suppression and 3D marine geometry setup.
Dynamic Trace Headers
Using dynamic trace headers is a powerful tool for staying efficient in your processing flow. With our new dynamic, extendable trace headers you can easily compare input and output in complex workflows, which is great for QC and great for 3D and multicomponent processing. In Claritas, there is no limit to the number of header entries. You can use user-defined headers anywhere and the headers are automatically picked up by a range of modules. This lets you easily store useful metadata such as AGC scalars and velocity traces, and these can be stored transiently or saved out to disc. And you can view this metadata overlapped with the seismic data.
Data Management Layer
Our new data management layer (DML) allows you to run large industrial seismic processing projects efficiently. Claritas does not use an underlying database; instead, we have a flexible database functionality through the DML- without the overhead. You can create, move, back-up and restore projects. The DML lets you automatically store jobs, support files and data. And you can select your working project from a pull-down list, and change at any time. The DML is easily adaptable, fitting to your corporate data structure and workflows, and keeping multiple users and multiple projects organized.
New Processing Modules
Claritas is continually evolving, driven by our active user groups. With the need for increasing efficiency and flexibility for industrial data processing on large datasets, we have added 18 new processing modules to version 5. These include several new SRME options and an improved marine geometry setup. We have also made tweaks to the useability of many of our applications, editors and utilities. All of these are designed to speed up your workflows and to ensure that the software is not placing any constraints on the geophysicist.
GLOBE Claritas on Windows
GLOBE Claritas is now supported for Microsoft Windows 2000 and Windows XP, for both site and single-user licences.
In 2002 we turbocharged processing and testing by adding the JCS batch control system, but this still focussed on using a single workstation. Now we’ve added MPI-based parallel processing and links to the Torque queuing system so that you can utilise the full power of your computer network in testing and production runs. You can even run your own modules in parallel, as well as those that we supply.
Key to the success of GLOBE Claritas is the fact that our software designers and developers are also seismic processors, ensuring a user-focus that is second to none. The software is also designed to fit into your environment - with no complex database or fixed file structure to prevent flexibility of use. In fact, it is more like a Seismic Operating System than a conventional software package.
If you are looking for a robust and well developed seismic processing system to underpin your specialist geophysics or seismic processing business, GLOBE Claritas is the cost effective solution you need.
- Claritas Whats New In 2010.pdf (4.76 MB)