View, integrate and interpret information from different surveys, disciplines and sources.
The Paradigm® SeisEarth® interpretation and visualization product suite provides an integrated environment for projects with single or multiple 2D and 3D seismic surveys and multiple well databases. Its 3D Canvas, Section and BaseMap windows enable users to visualize data from any number of surveys simultaneously, and to interpret huge amounts of seismic, well, velocity, culture, and drilling data in one common environment.
Multi-survey interpretation is performed through Epos® Project, a single entry point used to assemble seismic surveys, well data, culture data, reservoir data, and drilling data into one logical entity for collaborative work by exploration or asset teams on a regional basis. Epos Projects do not contain seismic surveys and well databases; rather, they reference these entities. This makes it possible to define a new Project that references a large number of surveys, with no need to duplicate well and seismic data.
- Extends the interpretation workflow to regional view, allowing insights that are not possible from multiple separate surveys
- Regional projects can be created using seismic interpretation from local projects without creating copies.
- Multi-survey mis-tie correction enables the creation of accurate regional maps
- Ergonomic design, easy customizability and usability enhance the user experience.
- Enhanced collaboration through shared views of all picks in a Project, and shared notes
- Mis-tie correction for time, phase and amplitude in any number of 2D and 3D surveys
- Multi-survey 2D Propagator
- Support for multiple coordinate systems and a variety of Seismic Reference Data
- Merging of multiple interpretation sessions
- Interactive QC and correction of multi-value interpretation picks
- Creation and real-time editing of traverses across multiple surveys
- Multi-survey gridding with on-the-fly mis-tie correction
- Proportional, multi-volume, multi-survey flattening based on multiple regional grids
- Blending of multiple seismic and geometric attributes on horizon surfaces to enhance the display and identification of structural and stratigraphic features
- Ability to move from regional to local view at the click of a button