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Emma Dark | October 1, 2019

October Webinar: Introducing Geoteric 2019.1 Release

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Webinar Geoteric 2019 series



Following the release of Geoteric 2019.1 last month, our Senior Geoscientists will provide an insightful view into the new features and functions now available via a live demonstration on 9 October.


Key updates in Geoteric 2019.1 include:
  • Fault Interpretation Usability
    Usability improvements focused on the reduction of mouse clicks and of mouse travel times and with a dedicated fault interpretation toolbar
  • Unassigned Fault Set Interpretation Workflow
    Fault stick folder for unassigned fault sticks to speed interpretation workflows
  • Fault Detect Stick Extraction
    Automatic Fault Stick extraction from the Fault Detect attribute
  • Fault Stick grouping
    Manual Fault Stick grouping into relevant fault sets by mouse painting interaction in the 3D scene
  • Fault Stick Filtering
    Visually filter the fault sticks in the project using the statistical information on each fault stick
  • Fault Stick Rose Plot Filtering
    The apparent stick dip direction and apparent stick dip angle are combined and plotted on the Rose Plot diagram which can be used to visually filter both stick direction and angle by interaction and selection within the Rose Plot itself
  • Fault Stick Clipping
    Visually clip fault sticks vertically above and below, around a Z plane
  • Volume Height Maps
    STOIIP and GIIP height maps as attributes of the interpreted top reservoir surface

Please use the links below to register.

Eastern Hemisphere – Harry Wong

Wednesday 9 October | 8:30 am BST (GMT +1) | 4:30 pm AWST (GMT+8)

Western Hemisphere - Andrew Pomroy

Wednesday 9 October | 3:00 pm BST (GMT+1) | 9:00 am CDT (GMT-5)


If these times don’t work for you - sign up here to receive our on-demand webinar as soon as it's available. 


For more information about Geoteric 2019.1, please click here.