Visit us at Oceanology International 2018, for the latest on Geosoft software solutions for geophysical mapping featuring detection of buried UXO and marine surveys.

The detection of pipelines, cables and unexploded ordnance (UXO) are an essential part of today's marine surveying. Geosoft's Oasis montaj software provides the tools to help detect and classify buried ferrous objects as well as enabling you to plan and manage your marine based projects.

Stop by stand A170

Come by our stand to discuss your technical or software questions and see how Geosoft can assist you with your upcoming projects. Some topics include:

  • Marine geophysics for UXO, cables, pipelines and other targets
  • Automated target picking and enhancement
  • Your specialised requirements for mapping, processing and analysis
  • Data management and data sharing solutions for your complex and ever-growing survey projects

Geosoft Presentations

Wednesday, March 14
14:00 - 15:00
N-Sea Stand G600

How to approach the modelling of offshore magnetic targets
Nigel Halsall, Solutions Consultant, Geosoft

In this short presentation we will look at how companies such as N-Sea are utilising geophysical software, in this case Oasis montaj to its full extent. We will look at the different ways we can model offshore magnetic targets before and after surveying. Learn More >

Thursday, March 15
South Gallery Rooms 7 & 8

Geophysical Classification of UXO for Pre-Installation Surveys in the Marine Environment
Nick Valleau, Market Lead - Near Surface and Marine, Geosoft

The effort to find and clear UneXploded Ordnance (UXO) when preparing for marine infrastructure development is critical. UXO must be removed or avoided when developing offshore wind, tidal energy, cable and pipeline routes or other projects. Leading edge new geophysical technology to discriminate UXO from other, harmless pieces of metallic debris, has recently reached a level of robustness and reliability that enables routine use on land. This technology is currently being adopted by the US Army Corps of Engineers across all of its relevant projects and is expected to save millions of dollars on these cleanup projects over the next few years, by reducing the need to dig up objects unnecessarily. The technology makes use of new advanced electromagnetic (EM) sensors along with sophisticated software for quality control, processing and analysis of the data. This technology is now being researched for use in the marine environment. Learn More >


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