Geotoolkit.JS™ 2.5 Boosts Functionality and Performance with New Features and Improvements

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The newest version includes updates to all components, including Carnac and WellLog, adding a new correlation widget to help with subsurface interpretation and a new schematics widget that features an extended set of SVG components. This release also includes improved mapping capabilities, such as an integrated ArcGIS feature layer, improvements to the seismic widget, new flow chart module, and enhanced reporting and exporting functionalities.

“For this release, we focused on features that would improve the user experience, functionality, and performance of GeoToolkit.JS. We have long-standing relationships with our users, and we put great emphasis on addressing their needs and anticipating future requirements,” said Dr. Olivier Lhemann

INT is pleased to announce the release of GeoToolkit.JS version 2.5, a comprehensive update to our high-performance 2D/3D tools and libraries for E&P. GeoToolkit.JS empowers developers to build the most advanced visualization applications for the oil and gas industry, and with the updates included in this release, developers enjoy even more flexibility. Using our enhanced SVG components and labeling strategies, users can build longer, more accurate drill strings for drilling monitoring. The new correlation widget improves subsurface interpretation, and the new reporting and exporting functionalities allows users to share their findings with their teams. Additional features, added functionalities, and bug fixes improve the performance and sophistication of the toolkit.

“For this release, we focused on features that would improve the user experience, functionality, and performance of GeoToolkit.JS. We have long-standing relationships with most of our users, and we put great emphasis on addressing their needs and anticipating future requirements,” said Dr. Olivier Lhemann, President of INT, Inc.

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