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Chris Han | November 9, 2017

New in GeoTeric 2017.2.1 - Data Following Surfaces

New in GeoTeric 2017.2.1 - Data Following Surfaces

Chris Han on 09 Nov 2017

The GeoTeric 2017.2.1 release now contains data following Adaptive Fault Surfaces.

The Adaptive Faults have data following fault sticks, released in 2017.2, which snap to discontinuities in reflectivity data, attributes or CMY Blends.  With this release, the surfaces between the Adaptive Fault Sticks can be either linear or data following. In the example below, the top image is two Adaptive Fault Sticks interpreted on the Combined CMY volume. The middle image is a linear surface between the fault sticks. The bottom image is the data following fault surface. As you can see, the data following surface is more accurate. With GeoTeric's Adaptive Fault Interpretation tool, less sticks are needed for an accurate fault interpretation.

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The video below demonstrates the data following nature of the Adaptive Faults. 

GeoTeric's Adaptive Faults:

  • Data following fault sticks and data following fault surfaces
  • Increase the resolution and precision of structural interpretation
  • Interpret directly on reflectivity, attributes or blends in 2D or 3D
  • Automatic preview of surface generation for rapid QC whilst you interpret
  • Easy editing of fault sticks in a similar way to Adaptive Horizons
  • Interpret fault sticks on Arbitrary Lines

Data Following Adaptive Fault Surfaces ensures that fault interpretations are accurate and honour all of the data, without the need for the interpreter to pick fault sticks on an excessive amount of lines; freeing them to spend more time assessing the geology.


 GeoTeric 2017.2.1 release features can be found in last weeks blog

Blog, Fault Interpretation, Structural Interpretation, Adaptive Interpretation