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A Total Potential Fields Modelling Application
More than just Modelling
Leading Edge Technology
For over 25 years the ModelVision research team has responded to industry challenges, implemented new and improved features, and ensured integration with a wide range of industry standard software products. We are committed to the continued transfer of benefits to our customers from the ongoing development of the ModelVision application.
ModelVision is used globally by geological surveys and petroleum exploration groupsto investigate sedimentary basins and thebasement that lies beneath. It is used for complex geological section modelling, for aeromagnetic, airborne gravity and airborne gravity gradiometer survey interpretation. You can use georeferenced bitmaps from seismic processing as backdrops to con strain your interpretation. Magnetic and gravity data can be modelled simultaneously and cooperatively inverted for precision interpretations.
ModelVision provides an advanced suite of processing and filter tools to complement the interpretation of magnetic and gravity data. The example here is part of a regional geological study where a pseudo-gravity transformation has been used to see deeper into the magnetic property distribution beneath the surface. The pseudo-gravity FFT transformation has the added bonus that it can be modelled jointly with magnetic data over the same area or compared with the measured gravity response.
Used widely in mineral exploration, environmental, groundwater and engineering studies. ModelVision offers great flexibility with sensor combinations, presentation styles, model types, inversion, advanced processing and helpful wizards such as QuickInvert & AutoMag. Use magnetic data for estimating changes in depth to an unconformity surface where variable shaped pipes and linear features can be modelled with high precision. Use gravity data for modelling basin shapes with constraints provided by magnetic depth interpretations.