Published: 02 June 2022
My colleague Hardeep Jaglan from dGB Earth Sciences will be presenting at the
EAGE (European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers) in Madrid in the ARK CLS Limited booth #1154.
Read more: Sharing Trained Machine Learning Models will redefine our modus operandi
Published: 26 May 2022
We are proud to announce that we have officially received Saudi Aramco's Third Party Cybersecurity Compliance Certificate (CCC).
Read more: Cyber Security Certified - Saudi Aramco’s stamp of approval
Published: 19 May 2022
A unique piece of functionality in
OpendTect Pro is the Thalweg tracker.
A Thalweg tracker is a 3D amplitude tracker that grows 3D bodies along the path of least resistance. The tracker has two main applications:
to detect and isolate 3D bodies of sedimentary features such as channels, lobes, splays, and reef buildups, and
to create labels for supervised Machine Learning seismic facies segmentation workflows.
Read more: Thalweg Tracker: Geobodies Extraction tool
Published: 12 May 2022
In this video Paul de Groot from dGB Earth Sciences explains the main differences between the free platform
OpendTect and our commercial platform OpendTect Pro.
Read more: OpendTect vs OpendTect Pro
Published: 05 May 2022
Spectral Decomposition - Free webinar on 12 May, 11 am CET
Read more: Spectral Decomposition - Free webinar
Published: 21 April 2022
OpendTect allows geoscientists to integrate and transform data from 1 D model to a predicted 3D rock property cube.
Read more: Integrated Machine Learning Rock Property Prediction Workflow
Published: 14 April 2022
We have made a patch release for our latest stable version: OpendTect 6.6.7, which is now available for installation/update.
Read more: OpendTect patch release 6.6.7
Published: 14 April 2022
In today’s post we share an elegant workflow proposed by Roar Heggland of
Equinor ASA to compute Fault Dip and Fault Azimuth for Machine Learning predicted Fault Likelihood (ML-FL).
Read more: Fault Dip and Azimuth for Machine Learning Fault Likelihood
Published: 07 April 2022
High-resolution unsupervised 3D segmentation of waveforms for quick geomorphological analysis - Free webinar on Thursday 14 April, 4 pm CET by Friso Brouwer and dGB Earth Sciences.
Read more: High-resolution unsupervised 3D segmentation of waveforms for quick geomorphological analysis -...
Published: 31 March 2022
Fault Likelihood (FL) and its derivative Thinned Fault Likelihood (TFL) facilitate structural interpretation. Both volumes have three components: Fault Likelihood, Fault Dip and Fault Azimuth and both can be used as input for Automatic Fault plane Extraction (AFE). However, we recommend to use FL as input to AFE.
Read more: Removing noise and artifacts from (Thinned) Fault Likelihood