Geophysics and Seismic Applications
Geophysics is the study of the Earth using quantitative physical methods. Seismic analysis is the process of transforming seismic reflection data into a quantitative rock-property description of a reservoir. Seismic inversion may be pre-or post-stack, deterministic, random or geostatistical, and typically includes other reservoir measurements such as well logs and cores. Leverage Nimbix optimized accelerated resources to aid in running your RTM, Kirchhoff, and other analysis jobs. Don't see your application? Request a new application or read about running your application on our framework.
Acceleware RTMReverse Time Migration (RTM) is the current state-of-the-art in seismic imaging. The strength of RTM stems from the fact that it fully respects the two-way acoustic wave equation, thus improving imaging in areas where complex geology violates the assumptions made in Kirchhoff or one-way wave equation migrations.
GeoVation CGG/Veritas RTMRTM provides superior imaging for complex structural plays. By using a full two-way solution to the wave equation it is able to construct images using all possible arrivals, and to handle extreme lateral velocity variations without imposing any dip limitations. RTM is therefore able to make use of energy that would otherwise be discarded or seen as noise by other imaging methods, such as the prism waves utilised by our Dual Flood RTM technique.
Headwave SuiteThe Headwave Core provides interactive visualization of multi-dimensional data sets, allowing rapid QC and evaluation of all your data in the correct context. A series of unique display capabilities together with very fast data access and a set of interactive tools enable a large number of E&P workflows.
PanoramaTech: MarvelMARVEL is a complete, fully distributed seismic processing system. Each integrated module in MARVEL streams data through both local and broadband network channels. MARVEL automatically detects the available resources on each node and selects the optimum parallelization and efficiency strategies to maximize performance.
Paradigm EarthStudy360EarthStudy 360 is designed to deliver to both depth imaging processing experts and interpretation specialists a complete set of data that enable them to obtain accurate subsurface velocity models, structural attributes, medium properties, and reservoir characteristics.
Paradigm Echos RTMParadigm Echos is the industrys leading seismic processing system for generating 2D and 3D images of the subsurface.
Tsunami RTMReverse-Time Migration (RTM) is a state-of-the art pre-stack two-way wave-equation migration for accurate imaging in and below areas with significant structural complexities.
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