Geosoft was pleased to support the Geophysics for Environmental Scientists course recently conducted by Keele University, providing students with Oasis montaj software subscriptions to analyze and interpret the geophysical data.
Geosoft has announced the release of its 9.3 software update for Oasis montaj, Target and Target for ArcGIS. The release includes new 3D visualization features and enhancements, including more voxel display options, improved 3D rendering, and the ability to create animated videos from snapshots.
Geosoft co-founder Ian MacLeod is the proud recipient of the Cecil Green Enterprise Award from the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG). MacLeod and other award recipients were honoured on Tuesday, September 26th, 2017, at the SEG International Exposition and 87th Annual Meeting in Houston.
Geosoft is partnering with Acorn Science and Innovation to create a cloud-based technology solution for unexploded ordnance classification projects. The 3-year project, funded by the US Department of Defense’s Environmental Security Technology Certification Program, will deliver a cloud prototype for classifying buried metal as either UXO or non-hazardous clutter based on the analysis of electromagnetic induction data.
Geosoft has announced new subscription plans for its Oasis montaj suite of geoscience software with options that include monthly, annual and multi-year terms. This follows the company’s introduction of subscription plans for its Target geology software, and marks Geosoft’s commitment to making all of its desktop software available by subscription.
Geosoft has announced new integration between Minalytix’s MX Deposit and Geosoft applications, Target and Oasis montaj, as part of its 9.2 software update. The new connectivity enables explorers to easily import drill hole projects from MX Deposit directly into the Geosoft environment.
Geosoft announced its participation in a pilot project aimed at improving the availability, accessibility and usability of geoscientific data to guide resource investment in the Eastern African Region. The pilot project, and launch of a geodata portal hosted by Uganda, will be conducted under the auspices of African Union Commission.
Geosoft introduced new subscription plans for its Target geology software at the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) international convention in Toronto this week. Target subscriptions include access to Geosoft’s geological modelling and interpretation software and a toolset for geochemical analysis and QA that provides the ability to validate and analyze assay results.
Next generation geophysics: Geosoft showcases VOXI IP and resistivity inversion technology during the PDAC 2017
Seeing beyond the seabed: Geosoft presents Marine Geophysics Technology Showcase at Oceanology International North America
Geosoft is pleased to announce the launch of the Botswana Geoscience Portal, a partnership initiative with the Botswana Geoscience Institute and industry sponsors. The portal provides free access to multi-disciplinary datasets from Ngamiland, a district in the country's northwest.
Geosoft will preview new modelling and analysis capabilities in UXO Marine, a specialized geophysical software solution for underwater site investigations, at the Oceanology International and SAGEEP conferences being held in March 2016. The enhancements are part of a major software update that will be released in Spring 2016.
Geosoft has introduced a new team structure that makes industry and customer needs the focal point for business engagement. Geosoft's global business account team has been organized around 4 industry customer segments: Energy, Government and Education, Mineral Resources, and Near Surface (which includes Unexploded Ordnance, Environmental and Marine).
Geosoft is partnering with the Botswana Geoscience Institute and industry stakeholders to launch a Geoscience Portal that will provide free access to multi-disciplinary datasets from Ngamiland, a district in the country's northwest.
Geosoft won a Silver Stevie® Award for Company of the Year, Computer Software category, in the 2015 International Business Awards. Judges recognized Geosoft for its “commitment to R&D and technical innovation” and “impressive delivery of customer outcomes”.
Geosoft has partnered with Cambridge University Press to provide online access to practical exercises for a recently-released geophysical exploration textbook.
Historical and duplicate data are among the top challenges for exploration data management, according to Geosoft’s 2015 Exploration Information Management Survey Report. The majority of respondents (68%) report challenges managing historical data and 26% rank the amount that is unmanaged or disorganized as their biggest data management issue.
Geosoft Latinoamerica celebrated its 20th anniversary with customers in Rio de Janeiro. The Latinoamerica office was established in 1995 to meet customer demand for local support and expertise. Today, the team serves the needs of more than 1,100 customers across multiple industry sectors.
Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) 1 Arc-Second Global elevation data at a resolution of 1 arc-second (30 meters) are now available for Europe and Africa on the Geosoft Public DAP Server.
Join us at the Finding Petroleum Non-Seismic Geophysics event on February 19. Gaud Pouliquen, Technical Analyst with Geosoft, will present on “3D Hybrid Gravity Inversion for Base of Salt Modelling”. In his presentation, he will illustrate the use of hybrid inversion for solving the base of salt problem.
Geosoft will be exhibiting and presenting at the ASEG-PESA 2015, February 15-18 in Perth. The theme of the conference, “Geophysics and Geology together for Discovery” aligns with our strength in helping explorers integrate all of their geoscience and GIS data to maximize insight and improve discovery success.
New this year, Geosoft will showcase data services and information management solutions that have helped global organizations, such as Cameco, Hudbay Minerals, and the Geological Survey of Queensland to meet their strategic objectives - turning their vast exploration data resources into searchable, digital assets for discovery.
Geosoft has announced the release of VALEM (Voxel Assisted Layered Earth Modelling), a cloud-based high performance computing service for inversion modelling that advances base of salt and subsalt imaging for energy exploration.
Geosoft software release supports multifaceted analysis of subsurface geology, geophysics and geochemistry
Geosoft announced the availability of a major software release in November, with updates to Oasis montaj, Target, GM-SYS, VOXI Earth Modelling, Geosoft ArcGIS Extensions and montaj Extensions.
Geosoft previewed new Voxel Assisted Layered Earth Modelling (VALEM) technology at the EAGE 2014 in Amsterdam. Delivered within Geosoft’s GM-SYS 3D gravity and magnetic modelling environment, VALEM is a cloud-based gravity inversion service that improves imaging of base of salt and sub-salt regions.
Geosoft's May 2014 Release included updates for Oasis montaj, MAGMAP, Target, GM-SYS 3D, VOXI, and Geosoft ArcGIS extensions. The release provided new features and streamlined workflows that make working with grids, data imports, arrays, databases, and voxels faster and more efficient.