Data Processing

SeisOpt™ ReMi© 2D

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SeisOpt™ Picker

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SeisOpt™ @2D

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SeisOpt™ ReMi© 2D

SeisOpt™ ReMi© 2D velocity profile that reveals the structure of the subsurface. The hotter colors, or reds, represent higher shear wave velocities and the cooler colors, or blues, represent lower shear wave velocities. Elevation in feet is on the “y” axis and distance in feet is on the “x” axis. ReMi 2D velocity profiles are used in geotechnical engineering and design projects to save money and get more accurate subsurface information from borehole programs. Finding weaknesses in retaining structures such as earthen dams and for assisting in finding the proper depth for footings, pilings and foundations.

SeisOpt™ Picker

SeisOpt Picker is a first arrival picking module that correlates raw shots and performs automatic and manual picking of first breaks. The picks and the survey geometry information can then be easily exported into files that can be used directly by Optim’s refraction interpretation software, SeisOpt @2D.

SeisOpt™ @2D

SeisOpt™ @2D velocity profile that reveals the structure of the subsurface. The hotter colors, or reds, represent higher P-wave velocities and the cooler colors, or blues, represent lower compressional wave velocities. Elevation in feet is on the “y” axis and distance in feet is on the “x” axis. @2D velocity profiles are used in geotechnical engineering and design projects to save money and get more accurate subsurface information from borehole programs. Finding weaknesses in retaining structures such as earthen dams and for assisting in finding the proper depth for footings, pilings and foundations.