Landmark unit GeoGraphix has upgraded its PC-based interpretation suite Discovery to incorporate a shared database for the entire GeoGraphix suite of products. The 2000.3 Discovery release incorporates new tools and templates to store measured and interpreted data in a common location, accessible by any geologist, geophysicist or petroleum engineer working on a project. Discovery also integrates LogM geophysical modeling tools. Other additions include thematic mapping, a new petrophysical math engine, 3-D autopicking and enhanced volumetrics.
GeoGraphix VP Rick Slack said, “The substantial depth of this release is an example of Landmark’s commitment to our development of best of breed PC-based interpretation solutions for the mainstream geoscientist. The new Discovery release is an example of how our data integration activities, coupled with our adherence to Microsoft’s solution development, allows us to build and test quality, robust software in shorter time frames.”
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