TGS and Noesis imagery for Total

TGS is embedding visualization freeware from Noesis into high-end tool for Total.

TGS and French scientific visualization specialists Noesis have partnered to supply Total with ‘state-of-the-art’ image processing and data analysis and visualization software. The solution will combine 3D data visualization and manipulation features of TGS’s Amira with image processing and data analysis capability from Noesis’s Visilog.


The new combined solution, ‘Amira-Image’ includes advanced features for acquiring, storing, viewing, manipulating, and measuring images and videos, and also provides advanced modules for image processing, image analysis, generation of reports, annotations, automation of analysis, image segmentation, 3D geometry reconstruction, volume rendering display, interactive scientific visualization, high quality publishing, and more.


TGS Group president Jean-Bernard Cazeaux said, “The agreement with Total and Noesis is an important milestone in our strategy to bring image processing benefits to our advanced 3D image analysis and visualization solution. We are seeing more demand from materials sciences and geosciences researchers who want convenient access to integrated 2D, 3D, and 4D visualization capabilities.”


Visilog 6 is a freeware image viewer providing basic image manipulation and annotation functionality for all standard image formats. The software also supports measurement of image luminosity and image geometry.


In a separate announcement, Chinese geophysical specialists BGP have selected TGS’ Open Inventor product line for developing a new range of exploration software for the China National Petroleum Corp.

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