Imaging Large 2D Surveys in an Automated 3D Environment
The vast majority of available seismic data in many regions worldwide is still 2D. Each 2D project can contain up to hundreds of lines, requiring significant investment in human resources and data management. As 2D lines can be very long, cluster-based computing is often required. Our advanced multi-line capability enables work on a large number of lines with minimal user intervention, including the integration of parameter testing. The solution presented supports both single 2D lines and work in batch mode.
Alan Vigner is Technical Sales Advisor at Emerson E&P Software for Processing and Imaging Solutions (Europe). Prior to joining Emerson, he worked at PGS, CGG and GeoTeric. Alan holds a PhD in Geophysics from the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP), and an MA in Particle Physics from the University of Caen (France). He is the author of several technical articles.