A powerful solution for classification, modelling and analysis of UXO targets using advanced electromagnetics.
UX-Analyze extends the functionality
of UXO Land to provide a complete
solution for UXO surveys.
Designed to automate repetitive, error-prone activities, UX-Analyze provides full classification capabilities and lets the analyst focus on details of the processing flow that are paramount to success.dean Keiswetter, acorn Si
Streamlined workflow for advanced UXO classification
UX-Analyze provides geophysicists with a comprehensive UXO classification tool for advanced electromagnetic sensor data. With UX-Analyze users can select target signatures of interest, invert the data and classify the results from static or dynamic surveys.
While helping to streamline complex tasks, the tools within UX-Analyze require an understanding of electromagnetics for effective use and interpretation of results.
Features for geophysical target analysis and classification
- Set the project parameters
- Import the target data
- Define and refine anomaly footprints
- Perform data corrections
- Batch fitting a list of targets
- Inspect and refine existing targets
- Add new targets
- Classify targets
- Manage target lists
- Produce maps and a progress report
UX-Analyze includes modelling tools developed in partnership with Acorn Science & Innovation.
Courtesy of the United States Department of Defense’s Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP) and Geosoft, UX-Analyze is available on request for authorized users including US government employees, UXO contractors and regulators working for the US Department of Defense (DoD) on UXO projects for the US Government.
Find answers to frequently asked questions, including how to request UX-Analyze.
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