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SeisOpt© Suite

SeisOpt© Suite of seismic data processing software has been setting the standard for understanding the subsurface at projects internationally since 1997

SeisOpt @ 2D©

For 2-D imaging complex subsurface features such as faults, landslides, karst, tunnels, and fill materials using active seismic sources, such as hammers, seis-guns and vibro-seis. Released in 1997, SeisOpt @2D was the first “shrink wrapped” software product in the world to bring simple, fast and automated analysis of seismic data using advanced Simulated Annealing algorithms to geotechnical, engineering and academic institutions around the world. @2D reveals subsurface earth structure in layer density of the users choosing in report quality output, providing users with the subsurface information in the detail required to address project needs.

@2D also allows the user to test that the subsurface has been adequately sampled before leaving the project. @2D is designed to handle extreme surface topography so is ideal for use where projects cross mountains, trenches, or other challenging terrain.

SeisOpt ReMi©

 1-D and 2-D imaging of the subsurface including slides, faults earth and rock. ReMi© uses passive, or cultural ambient “noise” as a seismic source.

Since ReMi© uses cultural noise as a seismic source it is ideal for use in busy areas, such as airports, cities, highways and other such areas. Since being released in 2001, SeisOpt ReMi© has become the international standard for determining International Building Code (IBC) ground shaking potential and has been used at projects such as nuclear power generation and storage facilities, major bridges and at other such critical structures.

SeisOpt @2D can contribute to the success of your project. We can customize a solution tailored to meet your project needs and budget. SeisOpt ReMi© 1-D and 2-D imaging of the subsurface including slides, faults earth and rock. 2-D ReMi can reveal the location of isolated areas and layers of rock and fill, such as caliche layers and buried rubble. ReMi© uses passive, or cultural ambient “noise” as a seismic source.

Since ReMi© uses cultural noise as a seismic source it is ideal for use in busy areas, such as airports, cities, highways and other such areas. Since being released in 2001, SeisOpt ReMi© has become the international standard for determining International Building Code (IBC) ground shaking potential and has been used at projects such as nuclear power generation and storage facilities, major bridges and at other such critical structures

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