Houston, TX (PRWEB) June 25, 2012
These plug-ins will streamline the development process for key geoscience algorithms by enabling rapid-prototyping and deployment of key workflow-driven solutions within a powerful application framework. Developers can rely on leveraging INT’s wide portfolio of data visualization tools, data interchange format support, and scalable plug-in architecture to allow for continuous improvement in the development and integration of data-driven solutions.
Scheduled for full deployment later this year, these plug-ins have enjoyed a strong reception with key clients, and momentum continues to build towards our target release configuration of
The Seismic Workbench plug-in builds upon an existing INT plug-in for controlling SeismicUnix (SU), and now functions as comprehensive workflow-builder allowing seamless integration of SU (seismicunix.com), FreeUSP (freeusp.org) including DDS support, Madagascar (reproducibility.org), native Java NetBeans RCP plug-ins (netbeans.org), shell-scripts, and MATLAB® (mathworks.com). INTViewer, with its ability to access data rapidly, as well as being able to drive calculations from only the data contained in an interactive viewport, becomes the basis for an integrated and easily deployable platform for customized workflows with rich graphics visualization and low training overhead.
The MATLAB® Integration plug-in is an indispensible tool for the Geoscience Researcher, providing a real-time, bi-directional link to MATLAB®. Data in any INTViewer workflow can be operated on directly within MATLAB, allowing interactive prototyping and deployment of algorithms as well as customized processing (removing the reliance on 3rd party tools for importing and exporting data to and from MATLAB®.) From MATLAB®, INTViewer will provide direct access to its portfolio of data readers and writers for a large variety of industry standard formats, including SEGY, SEGD, SEG2, SU, SEPlib, RSF, JavaSeis, SVF, CST, LAS, and others, as well as taking advantage of INT’s innovative seismic indexing capability that makes queries and data reduction trivial on even ultra-large data-sets.
About Saddleback: Saddleback Geosolutions is a provider of technology and services for the oil and gas industry. SBGS offers a full range of geophysical services and consulting from quantitative analysis to technology application development and technology management consulting. Currently SBGS employs, and has joint-ventures with, industry leaders in volume rendering and visualization, big-data management and analytics, cloud-based computing, signal processing, and all aspects of rock physics, seismic-petrophysics, seismic interpretation and hydraulic fracture monitoring. SBGS has recognized expertise in bringing differentiated technologies successfully to market as well as a being leader in techniques that enable the disaggregation of complex workflows through unique and innovative uses of human-interface-design. For more information about Saddleback Geosolutions, visit http://www.sbgeo.com or contact David Markus at +1.832.260.8525 (david(dot)markus(at)sbgeo(dot)com).
About INT: INT is a leading supplier of graphics software components for data visualization in Upstream E&P and other technical industries. INT’s products include open and expandable visualization software, visualization software development components, and software development services. INTViewer is a visualization solution for use on virtually any Windows, Mac, Linux, or UNIX operating system including laptops, workstations or visualization centers. Featuring a comprehensive API for access and control of menus, data, and custom displays, INTViewer can be used as a framework for geoscientists who wish to customize the application by adding proprietary plug-ins and utilities. For more information about INT, visit http://www.int.com or e-mail intinfo(at)int(dot)com.
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