Advanced seismic analysis techniques for stratigraphic and quantitative interpretation
Extract maximum value from your seismic and property volumes
SeisEarth empowers users to develop a deep understanding of subsurface geology through identification, quantification and detailed delineation of its stratigraphic and structural architecture.
SeisEarth offers a complete toolkit for volume interpretation, with powerful visualization and subvolume detection capabilities, simple usage, and complete integration into advanced multi-survey interpretation, seismic classification and quantitative interpretation workflows.
Advanced Volume Visualization Features
- Advanced options for simultaneously visualizing multiple volumes to unlock subtle stratigraphic detail in seismic data.
- Multiple methods for visualization of single and multiple volumes: Addition/Subtraction/Multiplication, RGB and HSV blending
- Visualization using GPU for superior performance
- Seismic display of vertical sections, volumes, chair-cuts, traverses, slabs with opacity, and co-rendering of up to four separate attribute volumes
- Rapid scan of large volumes of 3D seismic data to investigate stratigraphic amplitude variations using flattening, formation sculpting and variable opacity rendering.
- Support for full dynamic range of all data types
Sub-volume Detection Workflows Features
- Implemented as workflows for interpreters: Provide users with a guided interface for data selection, process and output parameterization and the ability to chain directly with other workflows, e.g. attribute clustering, unsupervised and supervised classification, and other seismic volume processes.
- Sculpt seismic data within horizon-bound intervals to constrain visualizations and workflows
- Visualize, extract and analyze geobodies for rapid interpretation of seismic amplitudes, AVO anomalies and rock property volumes
- Interpreters can guide the detection using seeds or the workflow can perform an automatic detection within an interval with the seedless option and filter the resulting bodies by size
- Detection can be constrained by existing interpretations: horizons and fault polygons
- Detected data can be saved in multiple formats: picks, triangulated surfaces, seismic volumes
- Powerful and advanced visualization and detection of anomalies to further reveal and investigate subtle features in seismic volumes
- GPU visualization supports interactive multi-attribute display of very large volumes
- Easy to use workflow-guided interfaces enable efficient, auditable and repeatable sub-volume detection and sculpting
- Bring the benefits of machine learning to geobody detection through chaining sub-volume workflows with classification workflows.