Geotoolkit.JS™ 2.4 Release Brings Important Features for WellLog and a New Developer Community

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The newest version includes updates to all components, including Carnac and WellLog, adding multi-well correlation, improved performance for large data handling, and better ways to share and print data, while the launch of the Developer Community means immediate access to shared knowledge.

Supporting our users is our top priority and has been since the inception of INT. Whether it’s adding features that make their experience richer and their workflows more efficient or adding new avenues for them to get support, we put the user first.

INT announced today the release of GeoToolkit.JS version 2.4 with a focus given to features issued from user feedback and needs. The GeoToolkit.JS 2.4 provides enhanced support for handling large datasets, upgraded graphics, and the ability to compare and correlate data from multiple wells at once. As part of INT’s digital transformation, we identified a strong need for a GeoToolkit.JS Developer Community (“DC”) which has been created with this release. The INT DC makes it easier for users to get support, interact directly with our developers, and share knowledge with other users.

“Supporting our users is our top priority and has been since the inception of INT. Whether it’s adding features that make their experience richer and their workflows more efficient or adding new avenues for them to get support, we put the user first,” said Dr. Olivier Lhemann, President of INT, Inc. “With this release, our users will get the best of both worlds, meaning a better experience for everyone.”

RELEASE HIGHLIGHTS

— Improved PDF document header and footer functionality and ability to export templates to define document headers and footers (Carnac)
— Axis with scale and scrolling control (Carnac)
— Annotations overlay (Carnac, WellLog)
— New Heat Map (Carnac)
— Inline editing tool for Tableview and Annotations (Carnac)
— Navigation track feature (WellLog)
— Multi Well Correlation Widget (WellLog)
— Optimize log curves, line chart for large number of samples (Carnac, WellLog)
— Drag & drop tool for tracks and curves in WellLogWidget (WellLog)
— Upgraded three.js to rev. 84 for improved stability (Carnac3D)
— Support big data with server-side trace decimation and parallel requests (Seismic)
— Support transparency of seismic layers (Seismic)
— And more …

For more information about GeoToolkit.JS or INT’s other data visualization products, please visit INT.com. Visit or register to join the GeoToolkit.JS Developer Community at GeoToolkitJS.int.com.

ABOUT INT

INT is a software provider of Data Visualization solutions and platforms used in highly complex domains such as Oil & Gas, Geoscience, and more. INT Software uses the latest technologies such as HMTL5 and JavaScript to enable cloud-enabled and mobile-responsive solutions in E&P.

GeoToolkit.JS is a suite of data visualization libraries built for mobile responsive application in Javascript. GeoToolkit includes more generic components such as Time series, Gauges, histograms, Widgets as well as very complicated visualizations in E&P including Contour, Seismic, WellLog, WellSchematic, 2D and 3D Seismic and WellLogs. Developers take advantage of GeoToolkit’s high-performance graphics capabilities and the simplicity of the JavaScript language to rapidly deploy sophisticated data visualization and analysis technology for Geoscience, Exploration, Drilling and/or Production applications.

For 25 years, INT visualization libraries, widgets, and frameworks have been used by the leaders in G&G, Oil Exploration, and Production such as Schlumberger, ExxonMobil, Shell, BP, Halliburton, Paradigm, Baker Hughes, a GE company, etc., to empower best-in-class business applications for seismic, geosciences, well intelligence, drilling ops, utilities, manufacturing, asset management.

INT, the INT logo, and GeoToolkit are trademarks of Interactive Network Technologies, Inc., in the United States and/or other countries.

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