Geocap is our main software product. It is used for
mapping and modeling of surface structures like
reservoir horizons and seabed and continental shelf
structures. Input to modeling can be seismic and sonar
data, well data and faults or in general any surface
information. Having modeled the structures, a lot of
calculations can be performed: volumetrics, drainage
areas, attribute maps, extremal values, cross sections
and much more. The system is frequently used in
large-scale studies in concession rounds or seabed and
continental shelf studies.
All data can be mapped to high quality 3d screen
graphics and cartographic high standard Postscript
Its potential for use in a number of areas is the
reason we call it a toolbox. It has a built-in
language based on Tcl. This language makes Geocap a
highly versatile system. On one end of the scale the
language may be used just as simple commands; on the
other end the language can be used to create entire
applications with Qt graphical user interface.
Examples of basic Geocap Functionality
The main module of Geocap consists of basic
functionality for modeling and mapping of reservoir
data and surfaces in general. Having created a model,
one can calculate volumes, perform cross sections,
display maps in a variety of forms: line contours,
color bands, attributes, texture maps and images. See
this link for examples of the functionality.
Geocap comes with the option of adding several modules
to the basic system. A module typically contains
functionality within a special area of interest such
as Eclipse post-processing or MonteCarlo simulation.
Modules will not work without Geocap itself. Modules
are added through the concept of plug-ins. This means
that they can be loaded at run-time when they are
GSV (Geocap Seismic Viewer)
This stand-alone product enables you to view seismic
cubes in 3D. It includes calculation of attributes and
visualization of horizons together with the seismic.
A product for shelf mapping and determination of the
continental shelf beyond the 200 nautical mile limit
according to article 76 in the United Nations Law of
the Sea. This module together with functionality found
elsewhere in Geocap contains a complete set of
functionality a nation needs to determine and map the
new outer limit of the continental shelf.
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