GeoGraphix announces SeisVision 5.0 software release

GeoGraphix announces SeisVision 5.0 software release

GeoGraphix (Dallas, Texas) recently announced the release of ScisVision(TM) 5.0 software. According to a spokesperson, SeisVision is a-powerful, easy to use, 2D/3D seismic interpretation system-that allows users to create fully integrated subsurface models from seismic data, directly from their Windows NPm desktop. SeisVision 5.0 provides enhanced new interpretation capabilities to the exploration or exploitation geoscientists’ desktop, including innovative 3D visualization and attribute extraction capabilities, as well as dynamic integration with GeoGraphix’ geological interpretation and log analysis solutions.

“GeoGraphix is delivering key new functionality for its seismic interpretation market, as well as tightly integrating SeisVision into its complete suite of geoscience applications,” said Robert P. Peebler, Landmark’s president and CEO. “They have the advantage of an accelerated development cycle that appropriately leverages Landmark’s advanced expertise in seismic interpretation for the GeoGraphix market.”

According to a spokesperson, SeisVision includes increased capabilities and enhancements that streamline the seismic interpreter’s workflow, allowing more drilling opportunities to be identified in less time. It adds state-of-the-art 3D visualization that not only enhances the interpretation processes, but also offers extensive visualize faults, horizons, timeslices, attributes, and 2D or 3D seismic in three dimensions. Using the 3D viewer, users are better able to understand the spatial relationship between subsurface structures, enabling them to construct interpretations that are more accurate.

“We’ve been listening to the user community and have responded with an innovative seismic interpretation solution within a fully integrated Window NT-based geoscience interpretation environment,” says Bob Stevenson, president of GeoGraphix.

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