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100,000 downloads of OpendTech seismic interpretation software

Thursday, November 15, 2012

dGB Earth Sciences of the Netherlands reports that its "OpendTect" open source seismic interpretation software has now been downloaded 100,000 times.

The software is provided free of charge under a GNU GPL license.

A wide variety of commercial plugins are available to improve the software.

'This is a significant milestone for OpendTect which, despite being free, contains all the tools and features the majority of geophysicists and interpreters need to carry out highly sophisticated seismic interpretation,' said Kristofer Tingdahl, CEO of dGB Earth Sciences.

'The milestone is testament to OpendTect's popularity and functionality as well as the largest and most varied user base in the seismic interpretation industry today, covering everyone from academic and research organizations through to private consultants, multinational service companies, and the world's leading E&P companies."

The software can be used for processing, visualizing, and interpreting of multi-volume 2D, 3D, and 4D pre- and post-stack seismic data.

There is an attribute engine providing sophisticated multi-volume, interactive analysis, the latest in seismic filtering and processing capabilities, and the ability to connect with other open source seismic processing packages, such as Madagascar.


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» DGB Earth Sciences

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» OpendTect

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