INT Releases GeoToolkit.NET 3.1

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Specifically designed for the Microsoft® .NET environment, GeoToolkit.NET delivers high performance graphics capabilities for Oil and Gas E&P applications being developed in the C# language.

Interactive Network Technologies, Inc. (INT), a leading developer of high performance graphics components, announces availability of GeoToolkit.NET 3.1.

Developed for data visualization in upstream Oil and Gas, GeoToolkit.NET is a package of C# libraries including support for specialized Seismic, Contour, WellLog, and Well Schematic displays. GeoToolkit.NET also provides cutting edge features such as multi-language support, simplified web support, and sophisticated vector object handling. GeoToolkit components speed up software development, promote reusability and consistency across applications, and allow developers to focus on their core technologies rather than spend time writing data displays.

Some highlights for this new release include:

Display well logs in time or depth in WellLog.NET
Added support for deviated log displays in WellLog.NET
Enhancements to Chart.NET libraries, including new Tornado and BoxPlot charts.
Improved smoothing of isolines, isofills, and placement of labels in Contour.NET
Support for completion components that belong to an entire subsurface completion
in WellSchematic.NET
New labeling strategies for optimal layout of labels and better collision avoidance

For more information about GeoToolkit.NET, or to request an evaluation, visit our website at

About INT:
INT is a leading supplier of graphics software components for data visualization in Upstream E&P and other technical industries. Our products include open and expandable visualization software, visualization software development components, and software development services. INT solutions support Java, C++, and .NET environments. INT is a Microsoft® Certified Partner.

INT, the INT logo, and GeoToolkit.NET are trademarks of Interactive Network Technologies, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. For more information about INT, please visit or e-mail intinfo(at)int(dot)com.


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