Since our last release, SeisWare 9.2, we’ve made a few changes. This is our first release under our new branding, Geophysics by SeisWare.
Our goal with version 10.0, as always, is to simplify workflows and provide you with the interpretation and visualization tools you need to perform a thorough analysis of new and existing resource plays.
Doug Paul is giving a talk on his paper Identifying Lower Silurian Niagaran (Guelph) Formation Reefs
Our geophysical interpretation package has a great coordinate converter tool, and so we decided to
On May 10-11, we held our first ever Hackathon. We had no idea what to expect, but we were blown away by what the teams attempted and were able to accomplish. 25 participants arrived on […]